The British government expects it will take more than a year to organize a second Brexit referendum. The possibility of holding a second ballot has been repeatedly rejected by Theresa May.
This provision consists of a document prepared by the Theresa May government, to which the Politician has had access.
The one-year deadline includes drafting and approving legislation in parliament, a process that took seven months in 2016 for the first referendum.
Already the questions to be asked in the referendum should be tested by the electoral commission, a process that could take up to 12 weeks.
Therefore official campaigns should be created. Finally, before the election, there would be a 10-week campaign period. The vote will take place only at the beginning of 2020.
The results of this study were presented at the meetings of deputies from other parties such as the Liberal Democrats or the Welsh Plaid Cymru party.
Theresa May said earlier that holding a second referendum would be a "great betrayal" of "democracy", recalling that "by the summer of 2016, millions had the right to speak".
It is recalled that Theresa May's government plan for Brexit was rejected this week in the British Parliament, which increases the chances of a departure from the United Kingdom without the agreement of the European Union. The prime minister will present a plan B for Brexit next Monday. The debate and the vote on this plan will take place in the British Parliament on 29 January.
"Our position is that there will not be a second referendum," according to the official source of the prime minister's office, cited by Politico.