UK PM Cameron To Tell Parliament "No Second Referendum" - Live Feed

In a much anticipated speech to The House of Commons, UK PM (for now) David Cameron is expected to tell his parliamentary peers that he and his cabinet agree there will be no second referendum as part of a formal statement on the Brexit vote. As Channel 4 reports, they don’t want false hopes or complications beyond the ones already visited on the country.

This speech comes as Lord King, the former governor of the Bank of England, has just given an interview saying that the EU referendum was “the most dispiriting” he could recall and that both sides were guilty of exaggeration, but "thinks that the Treasury is in a difficult position now because it made forecasts which were at least exaggerated."

As one MP noted earlier, "You don't have a plan A for a Brexit, let alone a plan B."

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