February  27,  2016



Boris Johnson has performed a U-turn on a contentious claim that a vote to leave the EU would force Brussels to give Britain a better deal and trigger a second referendum.

Less than seven days after the London mayor declared his allegiance to the Out campaign he has appeared to drop the idea of a ‘double referendum’ on Britain’s membership of EU. “Out is out”, Mr Johnson said.

Some Brexit campaigners believe that if the UK votes to leave the 28-member state bloc it would force European leaders to make major concessions on membership terms that the government could then put to the public in a second, final referendum.

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