Top Tory Brexiteer Michael Gove has warned the Parliament against rejecting Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal to leave the European Union (EU) because doing so would increase the possibility of a new referendum.
Speaking to BBC on Sunday, the UK environment secretary staged an passionate defense of May’s controversial Brexit deal with the EU and warned Conservative members of parliament (MPs) that a rebellion against the PM would lead to chaos.
“There is a real risk if we don’t vote for this deal that there may be a majority in the House of Commons for a second referendum,” he said.
British voters participating in the June 2016 EU referendum voted 52 percent to 48 percent in favor of ending the country’s decades-long membership in the 28-member bloc.
The opponents of the divorce argue that after more than two years, many voters have become aware of Brexit’s effects on the country’s economy and would vote against it should…