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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
New and significant information has come to light since the last referendum that may mean people should re-evaluate our decision.
The first Brexit vote was manipulated by
in order to achieve the geopolitical goal of separating the UK from Europe, as outlined by Alexander Dugin in his book
Foundations of Geopolitics
The economic impacts that were merely previewed by speculation after the results would educate the vote of the general population. There are still people overlooking these impacts, however.
The 2016 referendum campaign was not sufficiently thorough to lead voters to an informed decision in the first place.
The political instability following the first referendum has altered the context for the vote. As such, another vote on the final deal should be given.
The President of the USA, with whom people assumed the UK could negotiate a new Trade Deal, appears to be following a policy of
, making a favorable deal less likely.
New and significant information for and against the decisions to remain or leave will continue to be revealed even after a second vote or a third vote.