LONDON (Reuters) - Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage said on Wednesday he thought Britain was heading for a delay to its scheduled March 29 exit from the European Union and probably would hold a fresh referendum on the country’s membership of the EU.
Prime Minister Theresa May suffered a resounding defeat on her Brexit plan in parliament on Tuesday.
“I think and I fear that we are headed on a path towards delay and probably, yes, a second vote,” Farage, who pushed for the Brexit referendum of 2016 as leader of the UK Independence Party, told Sky News television.
Writing by William Schomberg. Editing by Andrew MacAskill
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