THURROCK’S MP has warned that there could be “civil unrest” if Brexit became the subject of a second referendum.
Jackie Doyle-Price made the remarks on the BBC Sunday Politics programme.
She had earlier explained why she had already backed PM Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement (WA) on two occasions.
With a third WA being expected next week, Ms Doyle-Price was quizzed as to whether she supported a second referendum.
Whilst fellow panellist, Ilford North MP Wes Streeting (Lab) said he did, Ms Doyle-Price made an ominous warning.
Referring to Thurrock, Ms Doyle said: “The referendum has been one of the most divisive things to happen and we should move on…we have been given our instruction…to be frank, I come from a constituency if that were to happen there would be civil unrest on the streets.”