Jo Johnson: it would be travesty not to have second Brexit vote

Ex-transport minister says leave campaign made fantasy promises that have been shown up as undeliverable

The vote to leave the European Union was influenced by a fantasy set of promises that have been shown as undeliverable, Jo Johnson has said, as he sought to explain his reasons for resigning from the cabinet on Friday.

The former transport minister accused the Brexit campaign – which was led, in part, by his brother Boris – of offering the public “a false prospectus” that bears little resemblance to the reality of the deal that the prime minister is to present to parliament.

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