Theresa May has attacked one of her predecessors - accusing Tony Blair of "undermining" the Brexit talks by calling for another referendum. Blair said MPs might back a new vote if "none of the other options work". It comes after Labour MPs who support the idea met Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington to make their case. About 10 MPs met Lidington on Thursday to argue for another public vote and make it clear there was no other government plan they could support. MPs were due to vote on May's Brexit deal on Tuesday, but it was postponed when the prime minister admitted it would have been "rejected by a significant margin".
Source: The Star December 16, 2018 07:30 UTC