The constitutional implications of a second EU referendum

11 Jan 2018

The idea of a second EU referendum of some kind, though highly controversial, is now a prominent part of public debate in the UK. Whatever view one takes of the first vote, either of its merits as an exercise in democratic decision-making or of the result it produced, it is hard to argue that the UK political system, or indeed the country as a whole, was fully prepared for its consequences.

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