Pro-European MPs from various political parties are pushing back against claims made by Prime Minister Theresa May's government that a second Brexit referendum - which supporters have branded as a "People's Vote" on May's deal - would take roughly 14 months to organize, according to RT.
But while support for a second vote grows, one of the most notorious proponents of the original "Vote Leave" campaign is hinting at a possible return to politics to try and fight the effort.
After abandoning UKIP, the party he helped create, late last year, Nigel Farage said Friday that he would be willing to wage another "Vote Leave" campaign, even if he needed to use another party as the "vehicle" for his opposition. Farage also pointed out that a delay of Brexit Day would likely put it after the European Parliament elections in May.
"I think, I fear that the House of Commons is going to effectively overturn that Brexit. To me, the most likely outcome of all of this is an extension of Article 50. There could be another referendum," he told Sky News.