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LurkerJ said:

I wouldn't be surprised, really. I predicted a while back that May deal is gonna be a disaster, and it was, by design. A push for a second referendum isn't out of the question at this point. The fear mongering machines are relentless. Talks of delaying brexit and a 2nd referendum are very much normalised at this point. 

I don't know about that since it's the conservative party that holds nearly all of the keys. May and her own party will be especially crucial to blocking any possibility of a delay or a 2nd referendum ... 

May's party leadership was challenged because of brexit hardliners so almost all of the conservatives are in consensus of brexit one way or another ... (only 6 conservatives have voiced public support for the idea of a second referendum) 

Corbyn's party is indecisive and it still can't establish it's own position regarding brexit but most of all the leadership is likely stalling for time so they can win the next general election ... 

Corbyn's in a damned if he does or a damned if he doesn't position once his own party finds out his ideological line and there will be revolts in his own party which damage his own along with his party's chances at the next general election so basically May has set out a trap for him while he's out there stalling ...