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Vote Again on Brexit

Two years on, voters understand the full consequences of leaving. Give them another chance. 



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On Saturday, some 700,000 people marched through central London to demand a second vote on Brexit. They’re about the only ones talking sense on the matter.

No one knows where negotiations over the U.K.’s exit from the European Union will end up. (Things are not looking great.) But it’s now obvious that no one heading to the polls in 2016 could possibly have grasped the full implications of this misguided decision — and that the British people deserve another say.