Cameron rules out a second referendum on the UK's membership in EU
Such a statement was made by spokesman for Prime Minister
The Prime Minister of Great Britain David Cameron rules out a second referendum on membership of his country in the European Union, according to The Independent, citing the press-secretary of the official.
According to the press secretary, holding a second referendum is not now on the agenda, said Cameron commenting on a petition that has collected 3 million signatures.
Recall, on the website of the British parliament has been registered a petition to hold a second referendum on the exit of Great Britain from the EU. Government takes into consideration all the petitions gathered at least 100 thousand signatures.
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