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Former British PM Blair says 2nd Brexit referendum over 50 percent likely

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Former British PM Blair says 2nd Brexit referendum over 50 percent likely

Former British PM Blair says 2nd Brexit referendum over 50 percent likely

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said on Friday (December 14) that Britain and the European Union should prepare for a second Brexit referendum because parliament will probably fail to agree on a divorce deal and the public will need to break the deadlock.

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