second eu referendum
There is nothing weak or wrong with changing your mind, collectively and individually we should always have that right. The Liberal economist and thinker John Maynard Keynes once remarked that when the facts changed, he changed his mind. The British people now, as has always been their right, should be given the same chance.
In the interests of democracy the British people must be given the chance to vote on the deal to leave the EU, once we finally know what that deal is, and what that deal costs, in terms of our economy, our jobs, our pensions, our future, our global influence, our geographical borders, and last but certainly not least, our precious identity as a tolerant open-facing nation.