Spain’s PM Sánchez, calls for second Brexit vote
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Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has become the most significant European leader to call for a second vote on Brexit and lamented the UK’s decision to give into “self-absorption”.

“If I was Theresa May, I would call a second referendum – no doubt,” Sánchez told Politico, as reported by The Guardian

Sánchez said the UK’s exit from the EU would be a mutually painful affair and urged May’s government to hold another vote to enable re-entry in the future.

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