The government has been slammed after producing official advice warning it would take more than a YEAR to organise a second Brexit referendum.
The shock claim is understood to be contained in one-page document handed to MPs who have been to Downing Street for cross-party talks.
It is understood the guidance details the timetable of how a so-called ‘People’s Vote’ would be organised.
It comes after Green Party leader Caroline Lucas, among those invited for talks on the way forward this morning, said she had a “very robust discussion” with Theresa May about a public vote.
Ms Lucas said: “I think it’s fair to say she’s not convinced yet.”
A Downing Street spokeswoman confirmed the government had produced “a very short paper setting out the factual detail on the number of months required” to hold another referendum.