WATCH: Christine Jardine explain why the British people must have a final say on the Brexit deal

Earlier today, Christine Jardine told Sky News why the Liberal Democrats support the people having the final say on the Brexit deal. The things the Leave campaign dismissed as scaremongering are now happening and people need to have the chance to say if this is what they wanted:

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  • Peter Hirst 14th Dec '17 - 1:53pm

    Of course she is right; the issue is whether the British people want another referendum. The last one was forced on them. The opinion polls are heading in that direction and the Government (and Labour) should take notice of them. The thing is the Government has little control over these negotiations so the people should decide if the final deal is good enough. Parliament is not surprisingly too politically driven to be trusted. There should be a free vote on all sides.

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