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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
The electorate should have a vote, but not a referendum. Both parties should be suspended and parliament re-organised on the Brexit lines of deal, no-deal and remain. An election on those lines should solve many problems.
Except the party position for some isn’t clear. Any election would have more aspects than Brexit, and at the moment two of the main parties are very broken.
Newly structured parties elected only with Brexit outcome as focus will bring conflict in regards to other policies that form current party positions.
Re-organizing the House of Commons along Brexit lines will only lead to a more severe iteration of the uninformed voter problem than we face now, as has been proven by misinformation by Brexit campaigns.