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Brexit: Second referendum now most likely scenario, according to bookmaker

Independent Sunday, 16 December 2018
Betting firm finds new vote a 'probability,' as momentum builds for 'Final Say'
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News video: Former British PM Blair says 2nd Brexit referendum over 50 percent likely

▶ Former British PM Blair says 2nd Brexit referendum over 50 percent likely 01:14

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. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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