Sadiq Khan, Mayor of British capital called to hold another referendum on Brexit, The Guardian reports.
According to him, the Government failed to carry out its objective on the conclusion of a profitable agreement with the EU, it is time to give people an opportunity to speak.
He recalled that advocated that Britain remained a part of the EU, he respects the results of the voting though. The Mayor thinks that a chaotic approach to the negotiations may cause severe harm not only for London but for all Britain.
'The unfortunate reality is that Theresa May has failed to negotiate a Brexit position with her own party – let alone agree a deal with the EU,' Khan claimed.
He has also expressed dissatisfaction with the level of political discussions.
'We are left with two possibilities – a bad deal, which could end up being so vague that we leave the EU blind to what our future relationship will be, or a “no-deal” Brexit,' the Mayor claimed.
'So, after a lot of careful consideration, I’ve decided the people must get a final say. This means a public vote on any deal or a vote on a no-deal, alongside the option of staying in the EU,' Khan claimed.