British Prime Minister Theresa May declined to comment on whether she would vote in favor of Brexit in other referendum, and avoided more than once answering an issue that determines the fate of future generations in Britain. Although she spoke of a promising Brexit since she took power last year, she quietly supported staying in the EU in the run-up to the June 2016 referendum.
May has ruled out a new referendum on the final agreement to the terms of Brexit despite calls made by a lawmaker which support staying in the European Union. She declined to answer hypothetical questions directly and said that she was currently dealing with what the people had voted for.
She said she had voted to stay in the European Union for good reasons at that time, but the circumstances were changing and that now the focus should be on getting the best deal from Brexit negotiations.
The United Kingdom remains deeply divided over the issue of leaving the European Union, which most politicians consider it the most important decision Britain has made since the Second World War.