Globalist Tony Blair says BREXIT can be stopped

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 6: Former Prime Minister, Tony Blair speaks during a press conference at Admiralty House, where responding to the Chilcot report he said: "I express more sorrow, regret and apology than you may ever know or can believe on July 6, 2016. in London, United Kingdom. The Iraq Inquiry Report into the UK government's involvement in the 2003 Iraq War under the leadership of Tony Blair was published today. The inquiry, which concluded in February 2011, was announced by then Prime Minister Gordon Brown in 2009 and is published more than seven years later.  Mr Blair said that the report contained "serious criticisms" but showed that "there were no lies, Parliament and the Cabinet were not misled, there was no secret commitment to war, intelligence was not falsified and the decision was made in good faith".  (Photo by Stefan Rousseau - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

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Tony Blair has suggested the public could stop the process of leaving the European Union if they disagree with the terms.

Sir John Major has also backed the idea of a second referendum before Britain leaves, in order to give the public a say on the deal struck by the Government and EU countries.

Both former prime ministers campaigned for the UK to remain in the EU, and fear Theresa May’s Government will withdraw Britain from much of the single market in a so-called “hard Brexit”.

In a magazine interview, Mr Blair said: “It can be stopped if the British people decide that, having seen what it means, the pain-gain cost-benefit analysis doesn’t stack up…


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