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Former deputy PM Nick Clegg (right) has also been one of the leading Remainers Nightclub owner Peter Stringfellow has ditched the Tories party in protest over Brexit.Stringfellow, who has previously donated to the party, said he was concerned the government was doing damage by taking the country out of the EU.Sadiq Khan said 'independent analysis' showed Britain 'could be heading for a lost decade of lower growth and lower employment'.But he faced accusations of scaremongering as critics questioned the objectivity of the firm commissioned to produce the report.
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Mr Khan said Britons 'have a right to know the likely impact of the various options the Government are considering on their lives and personal finances'.
However, Mr Farage later attempted to backtrack, claiming a second referendum might be 'unavoidable' in an article for the Daily Telegraph.
Nevertheless, anti-Brexit campaigners gleefully celebrated his remarks.
Sir Nick Clegg tweeted: 'I agree with Nigel.' Lord Adonis added: 'Bring it on.'Labour MP Chuka Umunna, a leading supporter of pro-EU campaign group Open Britain, said: 'For perhaps the first time in his life, Nigel Farage is making a valid point.' However, Theresa May firmly slapped down the idea.
'Also, it's dumb politics and a belated Christmas present for Remain,' he said.n Tory donor Peter Stringfellow yesterday said he was turning his back on the party in protest over Brexit.