Tony Blair: 'Strong case' for second referendum
The former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair says there should be another referendum on the UK's relationship with the EU, because he believes there is "no real majority for any one form of Brexit" in parliament.
The government's position is that the UK will leave the EU Customs Union, despite the possibility of a defeat in the Commons on the issue in the coming weeks.
Mr Blair told The World At One, "it's very hard for me to see how you can really say the people in June 2016 voted for this form of Brexit, or that form of Brexit, over another."
(Photo: Tony Blair, former Prime Minister Credit: BBC)