The mechanics of a further referendum on Brexit revisited: questions for the new parliament

6 December 2019

Academics from the UCL Constitution Unit examine objectively the options for a further referendum.

The chapters in the report explain the following:

  • How a further referendum might come about
  • The referendum process, and the minimum timetable
  • The form the question might take
  • The regulatory framework, and options for improving the quality of debate
  • The pros and cons of making a referendum legally binding
  • How and when a further referendum might occur
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The views expressed in this research paper are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative.

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