Theresa May refuses to say whether she would vote leave if Brexit referendum were held again
The Prime Minister, who backed Remain during last year's Brexit vote, said she would "look at everything" and "come to a judgement".
It came as Donald Tusk has signalled for the first time that EU negotiators are taking a “no deal” outcome seriously after it emerged that Brexit talks will be put on hold on Wednesday.
The European Council President said that if the talks continued at a “slow pace” without sufficient progress being made, “we will have to think about where we are heading”.
In a live radio interview the Prime Minister initially declined to answer the question about how she would vote, dismissing it as "hypothetical" because Britain will leave the EU in March 2019.
I'm beginning to have serious doubts both about May's heartfelt commitment to Brexit and also her ability to stand up under questioning. She's fine on set pieces normally but once a bit of pressure is put on by the questioner she sometimes seems like a rabbit caught in the headlights. All she had to say very firmly to this was " Firstly, there is not going to be another referendum, secondly how I would vote is none of your business and thirdly, I was elected to carry out the will of the people not make personal choices and that is what I intend to do."