Cancel Brexit WITHOUT a referendum, Euro-fanatic Chuka Umunna says as Change UK party flounders

  The Sun 

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DESPERATE Chuka Umunna launched a Change UK fightback today by calling for Brexit to be “revoked” altogether. The ex-Labour MP said there was no time for a second referendum – and the Article 50 legislation governing EU talks should just be scrapped. He told the BBC: “I’ve come to the view that we are now […]
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