UK minister Hunt suggests second referendum on EU break-up terms

British health minister Jeremy Hunt on Tuesday raised the possibility of holding a second referendum on the terms of Britain’s departure from the European Union, but stressed Britain “must” leave the bloc. The minister, who said he was considering running for the leadership of the Conservative party following the resignation of Prime Minister David Cameron, insisted that Britain must maintain access to the EU’s free-trade zone, but that a deal needed to be struck to limit the free movement of people. “But… it is clear that the country has rejected the free movement of people as it currently operates.

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