The British Prime Minister Theresa May struck one of her predecessors for her comments on a possible new vote, as Brexy's fate is still uncertain.
May, who recently survived a misunderstanding in parliament, said that Tony Blair was "undermining" Brexit calls by requiring a second referendum. "
According to the BBC, Blair said that British legislators could return to another vote on "None of the other options work."
"Far from being anti-democratic, it would be the opposite, as many oldest people in her party from the past and now have said," he said.
Last week, a group of MEPs met with David Lidington, working in May, claiming that another general vote is necessary.
However, the British government is against another vote and has long said that the public made a clear choice to leave the European Union in the 201
BBC's politician correspondent noted "anger" in May is rare
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"For Tony Blair to go to Brussels and try to undermine our negotiations by advocating a second referendum is an insult to the office he once held and the people he once served, May said.
On Sunday, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said that Britain would have to delay its departure from the EU or cancel its exit announcement "at the moment" about The country wants to draft an entirely new Brexit proposal.
"Glad to confirm that I'm not planning a second referendum with political opponents (or anyone else to anticipate the next question). "
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