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In short, the 2016 referendum was a vote for two plus two equals five.If this situation persists, Britain will have only one alternative: another referendum to reconsider the impossible result of the 2016 vote.Labour opposition makes every Brexit option certain to be blocked.This leaves one final option: a parliamentary rebellion to stop Brexit.This means that May could attach a referendum proposal to her preferred version of Brexit, justifiably claiming that Parliament's response to the 2016 referendum should either be ratified or rejected by another popular vote.As a result, May would have no trouble assembling a parliamentary majority for a legislative package that bundled her Brexit plan with a referendum to decide between it and the status quo alternative of remaining in the EU.
Has a no-deal Brexit become more likely?
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Once seen as impossible, could
canceling Brexit now be inevitable?
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