Great Britain has no intentions to use article 50 of Treaty of Lisbon, which defines the rules of exiting the European Union. This was announced by Jason Coppel, the governmental lawer, according to BBC.
This means that Britain has no intention to start the formal procedure of exiting the European Union. Theresa May also said that this article should not be used this year.
Additionally the government of Great Britain has declined the requirement to hold second referendum on Brexit. According to ex-Prime Minister David Cameron, the previous referendum is one of the biggest experiences of democracy in the history of Britain.