London — After two years of government squabbling and parliamentary rifts on Brexit, support is growing for the idea that only another referendum can resolve Britain’s future outside the EU. Former education minister Justine Greening on Monday became one of the most high-profile backers of a so-called people’s vote, which is slowly picking up supporters across the political divide. "The only solution is to take the final Brexit decision out of the hands of deadlocked politicians, away from the backroom deals, and give it back to the people," the Conservative MP wrote in The Times. She spoke out after Prime Minister Theresa May announced she had finally persuaded her divided cabinet to agree on a plan for future ties with the EU, only for it to collapse spectacularly. Two top ministers resigned, sparking threats of rebellion among her Eurosceptic MPs and raising concerns among some European diplomats that Britain will never be able to agree any deal with the EU. No majority At the w...

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