Cancelling Brexit through a second EU referendum would have “devastating” social consequences, Britain’s foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt has warned in an attempt to build support for Theresa May’s exit deal.
When Theresa May comes back with those reassurances that she's been seeking from the EU, the deal that is on the table is not going to lead to us being permanently trapped in the customs union against the will of the British people. I think that she will find a way to get this deal through parliament. And I know that's what the British people would want.
So the social consequences in one of the oldest democracies in the world of not going ahead and leaving the EU on the 29th of March, as we've been instructed to do, would be devastating.