Boris Johnson for Prime Minister

We need a second referendum—and only he can deliver one

By Richard Dawkins  

Boris Johnson leaves his home in north London, the week after Britain voted to leave the European Union. 28th June 2016 ©Yui Mok/PA Wire/Press Association Images

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It is impossible to doubt that, if the referendum were to be held again today, the knife-edge “Leave” majority would be reversed and “Remain” would win handsomely. Brexiteers in their thousands would reverse their choice, appalled by the…

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