Britain’s liberal democrat party, trailing significantly behind Prime Minister Theresa May’s conservatives and the opposition Labour party, vowed to hold a second referendum on a final Brexit deal if it wins next month’s election.

Launching his party’s proposals for the next month election, lib Dem leader Tim Farron said they would give Britons a say on the divorce deal struck with the European Union after two years of talks, saying a bad agreement would wreck Britain’s future.

Earlier in the day, Farron visited a school in Holland park, West London.