Brexit: Nigel Farage thinks the European Union referendum vote result could be reversed

A snap Com Res poll carried out yesterday in the wake of Nigel Farage's call for a second Brexit referendum found that 51 per cent of voters do not want the contest re-run

Brexit backer Farage backtracks after mooting second EU referendum

"The Leave groups need to regather and regroup, because Remain is making all the arguments".

His admission has come as the Economists for Free Trade have predicted that Britain will gain £651bn from walking away from talks, costing the European Union £507bn. "After we won the referendum, we closed the doors and stopped making the argument", he added.

The former Ukip leader, who recently bemoaned being "53, separated and skint", will lose €40,000 (£35,500) in total, the Guardian has learned, after European parliament auditors concluded he had misspent that amount of EU funds.

The European Parliament has long scrutinized the activities of parliamentary assistants.

However, UKIP leader Henry Bolton said the idea of a second referendum was not party policy, claiming it could be "damaging to the nation".

Prime Minister Theresa May said she is working to secure the best trade deal with the European Union after Mr Khan warned that Britain could lose nearly 500,000 jobs if it fails to agree a deal.

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Nigel Farage today makes a dramatic admission that the vote for Brexit could be overturned because Remainers have seized control of the argument over Britain's future relationship with the EU.

He said: "What is for certain is that the Cleggs the Blairs will never ever, ever give up". They will go on whinging and whining and moaning all the way through this process.

SNP, Green, Liberal Democrat and Plaid Cymru MPs have tabled an amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill that would stop ministers from using sweeping powers to take the United Kingdom out of the single market and the customs union after Brexit.

Last week, Farage said he was warming to the idea of holding a second vote on Britain's membership of the European Union to settle the argument once and for all.

Andrew Adonis, who resigned as head of a government-backed infrastructure commission last month, said: "So Nigel Farage wants a referendum on Mrs May's Brexit deal".

Maajid said "Nick Clegg agrees with Nigel. I know we have not seen much of him he's like a fruit machine in a pub - if no one plays it for a while it springs into action with an irritating noise".

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