Former UK minister calls for ‘national reckoning’ on Brexit

Former UK ministers and officials have called for a national reckoning on Brexit.

The former home secretary, Amber Rudd, said it was time to take back control of Britain’s affairs and the Brexit process.

“We can’t afford to allow this to happen again,” she told Sky News.

“And I would say that is what the next two years are about.

We have to bring all of our friends, allies and business to the table, and the British people have to make a decision about whether they want us to remain a member of the EU or not.” “

What we need is a national decision about what happens, how we leave the EU and we can’t do that by ourselves.”

We have to bring all of our friends, allies and business to the table, and the British people have to make a decision about whether they want us to remain a member of the EU or not.

“She added: “I think it’s very, very important that we don’t let this happen again.

“It’s not just about a decision by the British public, it’s about a national debate that needs to be had about what kind of country we want to be.”