London Mayor Sadiq Khan is calling for a second referendum on whether Great Britain should leave the European Union. Khan claims that Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit policies have become “mired in confusion and deadlock” and could damage the country.
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) September 16, 2018
However, with time running out for London and Brussels to thrash out a Brexit deal, the British government is preparing plans for a no-deal Brexit.
Chancellor Philip Hammond told senior ministers last week that Brexit could have to be delayed beyond March 29 in order to pass new laws, The Sun newspaper said on Saturday.
The idea was immediately rejected by May, the report said.
Khan, a senior member of the Labour Party, said Britain was now facing either a bad deal or a no-deal Brexit, both of which were “incredibly risky” for Britain.
Writing in Sunday’s Observer newspaper, Khan blamed the government’s handling of the negotiations and said the threat to living standards, the economy, and jobs was too great for voters not to have a say.
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