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The analyst who called the 2017 election exactly right says Theresa May could be forced to call a second Brexit referendum

Pantheon Macroeconomics believes there is a 40% chance that Prime Minister Theresa May will call a second Brexit referendum because she does not have enough votes to get Brexit through Parliament. Remain could narrowly win the second referendum. That might cancel Britain's plan to leave the EU entirely, according to analyst Samuel Tombs. LONDON — Theresa May does not have enough votes to get a "hard Brexit" through parliament and this may force her to call a second referendum on Britain's final deal with the EU, according to Pantheon Macroeconomics analyst Samuel Tombs.
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