David Davis said nations 'not democracies' if they can't change their mind – but now he's changed his mind

David Davis has rejected calls for the Government’s Brexit Bill to include a clause giving Parliament the power to reverse Brexit, claiming it is “unnecessary” – despite having previously said that countries which cannot change their minds “cease to be democracies”. 

The Brexit Secretary told Parliament earlier this week that “we cannot have…any suggestion that the votes in either House will overturn the result of the referendum” and dismissed “any prospect that we might actually decide to remain in the European Union”.

He has also repeatedly dismissed calls for a public referendum on the final exit deal Britain negotiates with the EU, claiming

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