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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
A vote on the final outcome of the negotiated deal is likely to affect the actual outcome of the negotiations.
No matter the result there will still be a long transition period required to leaving the EU.
It could be a way for the government to have more leverage. If Remain wins, the UK will have a stronger voice in the EU to shape the future of the union and force the other 27 states to answer the concerns of the British people (immigration for example).
Not at all. The vote is on the actually negotiated deal. Negotiations would have finished by this point.
Nobody is closer to agreeing a way forward with others.