Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May (right) laughs as opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (left) speaks in House of Commons in London on Monday. Photo: AFP via UK Parliament’s Parliamentary Recording Unit

British PM Theresa May rebuffs growing calls for second Brexit referendum, warning of ‘irreparable damage’ to integrity of politics

  • Theresa May says she has a duty to finish the job of Brexit, setting the week of January 14 for a second vote in parliament on the deal she struck with the EU
  • But dozens of MPs from all sides support a second referendum and there are reports that officials are considering the possibility of giving the public a vote
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Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May (right) laughs as opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn (left) speaks in House of Commons in London on Monday. Photo: AFP via UK Parliament’s Parliamentary Recording Unit
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