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He refuses to say which side he might back in a future referendum under a Labour government.

One of the most Cogent comments that the EUSSRBBC did not remove

" 14. Posted by Atomtrasher on 7 hours ago

So what makes a second more binding than the first? In fact, if the result of one is ignored, why not the second? It is not undemocratic to hold a second referendum. However, not upholding and respecting the result of one is. Any call for a 2nd one before the first has been implemented, sets a precedent that means all referendums can be ignored. So, back to my first two questions. "

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