“There is no exit from Brexit.” The EU Parliament Martin Schulz refused to let himself be dragged into “speculations” about the possibility of Britain backtracking from Brexit, or voting again, as it happened in the case of the Irish referendum on the Lisbon Treaty, in 2005, that was planned but postponed indefinitely.

Schulz insisted that the there was a valid vote, driven by populists towards leaving the EU, and he reiterated his call for a quick activation of Article 50 of that same Lisbon...

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