Nigel Farage calls for second referendum on European Union membership

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The former UK Independence Party (UKIP) leader believes British lawmakers will reject the "unattractive" deal to be offered by the European Union, and then try to force another public vote.

Opinion polls suggested Britons remain roughly evenly divided on the subject.

"My mind is actually changing on all this", he said.

He said that pro-Europeans such as former prime minister Tony Blair "will never ever ever give up".

Following Nigel Farage's comments on television this morning that 'Maybe there should be a second referendum' it is now 5/1 that we will go to the polls again before 2019. Farage claims that a second vote would result in much greater support for leaving the EU.

When Mr Wright pressed whether that meant "the whole thing", Mr Farage said: "Yes, of course, of course".

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"We must ready ourselves for the possibility of one last dramatic battle", he wrote in the Telegraph.

Farage had previously criticised politicians who were arguing for a second referendum.

Farage was adamant about speaking personally with Barnier because he wanted "to make sure Mr. Barnier heard some pro-Brexit views that I suspect the Conservative government has not yet explained to him".

"Leave would win by a landslide".

Clegg, the former deputy prime minister and Lib Dem leader, tweeted: "I agree with Nigel".

Rather, he thinks that Leave's mandate would increase with another referendum because so many more people would vote for Brexit than last time.

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"This is something that the country needs". If it's a straight "Remain" or "Leave", there's a risk a vote on principle will reinforce Brexit.

The research, conducted by the BMG Research poll for The Independent, said it was the biggest margin in favour of remaining since the 2016 referendum.

Leave.EU founder, Arron Banks, supports a re-run.

The UK General Election of 2017 saw a huge interest in political betting, as underdog Jeremy Corbyn lined up against Theresa May who was burdened by the increasingly hectic Brexit negotiations. I think that's what it's about. But there is no need to do it.

Labour MP Chuka Umunna, an advocate of the Open Britain campaign, said: "For perhaps the first time in his life, Nigel Farage is making a valid point".

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