Would you support a second European Union referendum?

Sergio Conner
January 13, 2018

"We will not be having a second referendum", he said.

During a debate about Brexit on the Channel 5 programme, Mr Farage said: "What is for certain is that the [Nick] Cleggs, the [Tony] Blairs, the [Lord] Adonises will never ever, ever, give up".

Despite being paid with EU money for a role in the European Parliament, Mr Adams was also the national nominating officer for UKIP.

"They will go on whingeing and whining and moaning all the way through this process".

He said: "There is a need to mobilise the entire Leave campaign of all the different elements to unite and actually ensure that we do move this whole Brexit thing forward".

Mr Farage came out to support another Brexit referendum on Thursday, insisting another vote will put to bed the "ridiculous" anti-Brexit arguments from Remainers.

"The percentage that would vote to leave next time would be very much bigger than it was last time round".

The party's former deputy chairwoman Suzanne Evans described his comments as "epically stupid".

He said if there was a second referendum "we would win it hands down".

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British voters in the 2016 referendum chose to leave the European Union by 52% to 48%.

Ukip is more reliant on EU funding than other British political parties because of its success in European Parliament elections entitling it to Brussels-funded staff.

"In a democracy like ours, the British people have every right to keep an open mind about Brexit".

Former Lib Dem leader and MP for Westmorland and Lonsdale, Tim Farron, said: "The country is united in wanting the best future for Britain".

Tom Brake, Brexit spokesman for the Liberal Democrats, said: "Farage shouldn't be so confident of winning".

He believed it would be rejected by Parliament, where he counted more Tory rebels than Labour Brexiteers ready to defy their own side.

Writing in The Daily Telegraph, he said: 'While I want the 2016 referendum result to be honoured, however, and know that a second referendum would create huge uncertainties for Britain, I am beginning to fear that a second plebiscite may well happen anyway.

He is one of eight UKIP MEPs who were investigated by the European Parliamentary authorities for misuse of public funds previous year.

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