Feeing fears a ‘Remainer coup’ is underway, three ways the UK’s democratic determination to leave the European Union (EU) could be cancelled have been defined.
The hypothetical scenarios all start with the departure of Prime Minister Theresa May, who is tussling to stamp her authority following a devastating loss of her majority in a snap Accustomed Election.
One potential twist to block Brexit sees Labour win a liveliness election after Mrs May quits or is forced to leave by members of her own party.
Bloomberg Occupation, who carried out the research, says would give Labour a chance to allay EU bosses.
Scenarios which would see Brexit reversed suffer with been outlined
The scenarios are based on the event Theresa May beat it or is forced out as PM
Three ways the UK’s democratic decision to leave the EU could be abolished have been outlined
Following pressure from unions who forearm Labour with most of their funding, Jeremy Corbyn purposefulness be forced to go against pro-Brexit policy, leaving the new leader with no well-chosen but to call a second referendum.
Another scenario would see Mrs May replaced by a Remainer such as Philip Hammond, who the Tory outfit rally behind and eventually unite.
This would also railroad be dead and buried anti-Brexit Conservatives to join forces with Labour and Liberal Democrats, to basically call another vote.
The third and last twist, which would dynamism a Brexit reversal, would see a new pro-Europe party emerge in direct reaction to the Tory party getting behind a hard-Leave backer, like Jacob Rees-Mogg or Boris Johnson.
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Hammond is a Remainer
The rouse would ultimately see the Tory party split over whether to convey on outside of the bloc or reapply for EU membership under a worse deal.
And this desire cause a group of europhile Conservatives to split off from their allegiances and align themselves with Lib Dem politicians who form a new party to campaign to carcass in the Brussels club.