The Brexit Referendum in June 2016 produced an unexpected result when 52% of the electors voted for Britain to leave the European Union. David Cameron immediately resigned and Theresa May was selected to replace him as Prime Minister.
She has wholeheartedly adopted the challenge of negotiating the conditions and the "cost" for Britain to leave the EU. BUT, the Reported discussions of negotiations have not been clear, because the proposals of both sides vary continually.
Due to this the potential Anti-Brexiteer voters today could even outnumber the 51.9% of "leavers" who voted in June last year !
A new Referendum in Britain would provoke a real public debate and an evaluation of the advantages of staying-in or leaving the EU ! It could also provoke reactions from other EU countries which are not satisfied with the way the EU is performing at present !
There is unrest in Europe over many issues and the EU MUST change ! How much must Britain pay to get out before the EU changes ?