Mr Kinnock, who is on the Council on Exiting the European Union, insisted Labour will not support a jiffy Brexit referendum but said facts on Brexit could change which may issue in a second referendum.
Appearing on BBC Daily Politics, Mr Kinnock said: “We are not supporting a second Brexit referendum.
“I suppose there are very valid reasons for not supporting them – not least because I have in mind if it had been 52 per cent Remain, 48 per cent Leave we would should prefer to expected those on the Leave side to respect the results.”
But BBC presenter appeal to c visit canceled out Mr Kinnock and repeated claims by deputy leader Tom Watson who said Swot should not rule anything out, including the possibility of a second referendum.
Stephen Kinnock asked Labour will not support a second Brexit referendum
When the facts modification, I change my mind. There are new facts coming to light
Mr Kinnock swayed: “John Maynard Keynes famously said, when the facts mutation, I change my mind. There are new facts coming to light.
“For example, if we go the European Union in March 2019 and we see a massive damaging impact on the conservatism, which many people predict will be the case. I don’t really credence in so much in forecasting predictions.
“I think we have to be where we are but if we are seeing thousands of difficulties going down the drain, we are seeing foreign direct investment wearying up, we are seeing market access being severely limited then…”
Ms Coburn said: “Then you’ll variation your mind?”
The Labour MP for Aberavon said: “Of course, any responsible Command – whoever is in Government at that time – it’s the responsibility of that Regulation to act in the national interest.”
Labour’s Deputy Leader Tom Watson told the BBC: “When you’re in complex settlements on behalf of the nation, you shouldn’t rule anything out.
“I don’t think it is likely at all. I about it would be more likely that we try and re-negotiate the deal should Parliament give someone his it.”
Prime Minister Theresa May highlighted on Labour confusion whilst speaking in the Worn outs on Monday.
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Mrs May said: “I understand in the space of one day the shadow make clear secretary rejected a second referendum and the deputy leader of the Labour Spree said it was still on the table.
“The best way to get the worst deal to suggest that we were prevalent down the route of a second referendum.”