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Should voters in the UK have a final vote on the Brexit deal?
The last referendum was an unpleasant, divisive, all-consuming ordeal. Citizens will not want to be subjected to all of that again.
It could be argued that the rhetoric and atmosphere seen during the first referendum could become more feverish. The country was shown to be very divided and those same divisions could
Another vote on the Brexit Deal can only make things worse as it would be
across the board.
As the leave lies have been exposed one by one and what was deemed 'project fear' is looking more and more like a
of the damage leaving the EU will do, a little discomfort pales into insignicance in comparison
The impact of leaving the EU will be felt for far longer than the emotional impact of a referendum. Short-term improvement should not be prioritised at the expense of long-term harm.