Former British PM Tony Blair Backs Reconsidering Brexit
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair said Brexit can be stopped if pain of leaving is decided by the voters.
In a June 23 referendum 51.9 percent of Britons (about 17.4 million people) voted in favor of Brexit, which mean withdrawing of United Kingdom from European Union, the biggest trading bloc in the world.
The pro-European who served as British Prime Minister from 1997 to 2007 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.”
Talking to the New Statesman weekly Blair continued saying he is not planning to return to politics. He is unpopular in the country for backing the decision of then-United States President George W. Bush about invasion of Iraq in 2003 and also his justification to going into war that resulted with the deaths of 179 British soldiers and 150,000 Iraqi civilians too.
On the June 23 referendum day deepest political and financial turmoil were seen in the country since World War II. It was also the day when one-day fall in sterling against the dollar was biggest ever.
Most of the British politicians are in support of Prime Minister Theresa May that Brexit means Brexit and it must take place where as some still feel there should be reconsider.
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