As the deadline to leave the UK’s EU viewpoint, London mayor Sadiq Khan has advocated that Britain should leave the EU or not, there should be another referendum on it.
This call is part of his support for the idea that ‘People’s vote’ is going on.
The United Kingdom has to leave the European Union on March 29. However, there are some MPs and business leaders who are now arguing that people should conclude on the nature of this agreement that Britain signs with the European Union.
It comes against the backdrop of the fact that Prime Minister Theresa May has not yet received approval for the BRICS schemes.
Reuters reported in a report that the importance of calls for the second referendum of Sadiq Khan is important because he is a senior leader of Labor Party-UK’s current opposition party.
It is likely to put pressure on Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbin to support this demand for another referendum on Lexit. The party is scheduled to hold its four-day annual conference in a week’s time.
Khan expressed his views on the breaks and called for another opinion in an article which he wrote for the observer. Writing in the newspaper, he questioned Theresa May Government on the operation of Brexit talks.
He argued that the danger of living standards, economy and jobs for the people is not very good.
He said in his article, “It means a vote on any ‘deal’ breaks with a public vote on any brake site deal received by the government, or with the option of living in the European Union if there is no one safe.
On the other hand, Prime Minister Theresa May has been going out of options to make a further referendum on Brazil.