The British Prime Minister, Theresa May fears a renewed referendum on the EU membership of their country, according to media reports, an “irreparable” political damage.
The BBC released in advance excerpts from a speech May later in the day in the lower house should hold.
“Let’s not be breaking their promise to the British people by attempting another Referendum to be set,” according to the BBC, in the speech text. “Any other vote would cause our policy to irreparable damage, because it would not say the millions, the familiar of our democracy, that democracy keeps its word,” more.
The British voters had voted in June 2016, with a narrow majority for the exit of the UK from the EU (Brexit). This is on 29. March 2019 to be effective. May had to be postponed last week, a vote in Parliament on the EU negotiated Brexit Treaty in the face of an impending defeat on January.