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Former British prime minister John Major has expressed the likelihood of a second referendum on Brexit, saying that those who voted to remain in the European Union (EU) should not suffer the “tyranny of the majority”.
Major made the remarks on Friday, saying there is a “perfectly credible” case for a second referendum on leaving the 28-member bloc and that those who cast a Remain vote in the June referendum should have their say in debates over the terms of departing from the EU.
"I hear the argument that the 48 percent of people who voted to stay should have no say in what happens, I find that very difficult to accept,” the former British premier said.
“The tyranny of the majority has never applied in a democracy and it should not apply in this particular democracy," he noted.