Voters want second Brexit referendum after £50,000,000,000 bill revealed

Prime Minister Theresa May has a big meeting with the EU this week (Picture: Getty Images)

A new opinion poll revealed 50 percent of voters would want a second referendum on Brexit after it was revealed the UK’s divorce bill could be as much as £50billion.

The respondents in the Survation report for Mail on Sunday said they wanted to be able to decide on the final deal with the European Union.

Another 28 percent said they didn’t want to leave if it was still possible.

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