Cornwall Council calls for a new referendum on Brexit

Posted By on 4th December 2018

By Graham Smith Cornwall Council has voted 47-40 in favour of calling for a second Brexit referendum. In 2016 the council was “neutral” during the first referendum, which saw Cornwall…


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  1. The Cornish electorate voted fairly convincingly in 2016 to leave the EU. Surely our Council should respect the will of the public they serve?

    They have no mandate to progress this call for a second referendum. Their credibility in my eyes has dropped as a result.

    Our MP’s look set to vote in a completely different way to our council’s plea. Anyone looking in from the outside is surely going to say that the Cornish just don’t know what they want.

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