Theresa May has refused to say that she would vote for Brexit in an interview with French TV, and has even hinted that she would vote Remain again if there were another EU referendum.
“If a vote was to come up, I would do what I did last time round which was sit down and look carefully at the issues,” she told the France 2 TV channel.
“But there isn’t going to be another vote, so this is not an issue. What is going to happen is the UK is going to leave the European Union. There will be no second referendum on Brexit. We took the decision as a parliament that the British people should have their choice.”
The Prime Minister was criticised when she made similar comments in October 2017 when she again refused to say how she would vote in a second referendum.
Pressed for an answer on LBC radio, Ms May said: “I could say I would still vote Remain or I would vote Leave just to give you an answer to that question. I am being open and honest with you.
“What I did last time round was I looked at everything and came to a judgement and I’d do exactly the same this time round.”
How on earth do the public expect her to deliver on the will of the people when her heart isn’t in it? We need a prime minister who believes in Brexit and will implement the will of the people.
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