Welwyn Hatfield’s EU referendum: Round 2
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It’s approaching two years since Britain voted to leave the European Union, but would you still vote the same way now?
In Welwyn Hatfield, 53 per cent of the 58,641 voters chose to leave, a slightly larger majority than the national verdict of 52 per cent.
Since the poll on June 23, 2016, there have been countless twists as negotiations have unfolded.
In some quarters there are calls for a second referendum – with many Remainers citing a lack of detail when the first vote was made.
But others, including many of those who backed Remain, have since said it would be undemocratic to ignore the will of the people.
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