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The Independent has launched its #FinalSay campaign to demand that voters are given a voice on the final Brexit deal.
Theresa May will face an election on June 8.
The PM has promised to make Britain a member of the European Union by the end of March 2019, which means the UK is unlikely to leave until 2020.
But she will have to make good on her promise if she is to avoid the ignominy of a Brexit without the UK in the single market.
We want to make sure that there is a meaningful and meaningful Brexit deal, says Simon Wilkinson, the chief executive of the Association of Chief Executives of British Industry.
But with so many factors to consider, the best way to do that is to give voters a voice, he says.
In the final days before the election, The Independent is launching its #finalsay campaign to show that the public have a say.
The poll also asks whether a referendum should be held to determine whether Britain leaves the EU by the March 2019 deadline.
If the Government wins, it will be the first time since the Second World War that a British election has not been called by the country’s parliament.
However, the PM is hoping that her decision to trigger Article 50 will help her win the election and win a mandate for her Brexit deal in the Commons.
It is an opportunity for her to be seen as a leader in the fight against Brexit, but it is also an opportunity to win votes from Labour and Liberal Democrats who have been at odds with her approach to Brexit and would like to see her stay in.
The result is the outcome that Mrs May wants, says Mr Wilkinson.
“If she wins, that is the result that she wants, but she needs to get the Parliament in the mood and get the Prime Minister to the negotiating table and then get the Government to give a deal that is good for the UK,” he said.
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