The Prime Minister Boris Johnson is in the process of becoming a leader in the market. But, Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has been pledged to give Brits another Brexit referendum if he holds power after the vote, while Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has asked the UK "stop Brexit". To train British diplomat has ripped into Remainers trying to reverse the result of the historic referendum, which took place over three years ago.
Sir Peter Marshall, an expert on multilateral diplomacy, also warned the UK may not be allowed to retake its current position with the bloc.
Writing on Briefings for Brexit, Sir Peter asked for a "dangerous misunderstanding" to believe the UK would be able to continue on the "same basis as at present".
He said: "The Remainers' prospectus, however, is palpably false. We are not so much convinced that if we do not like what we are doing, or if we do not like Brexit at all, we have the right to remain in the EU on the same basis. this.
"That would be a dangerous misunderstanding."
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Sir Peter asked "we know for certain" if we have the right to revoke "the notification of our intention to withdraw".
He added: "The European Court of Justice says nothing about the rights of the Member States.
"This can scarcely be a matter of surprise. As they see it, we have an existential threat, or at best a monumental nuisance. "
Sir Peter claimed if Article 50 was revoked "we simply have no idea what might be expected by the conditions and complexity of the hands" of the bloc.
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He said: "We can be sure of that, that there would be no prodigal treatment."
Despite still being part of the European Union, the UK is not part of the Schengen Area and has not adopted the euro.
The Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been forced to leave the European Union at the end of October this year.
Mr Johnson has pledged to deliver his Brexit agreement – and get started on running it through the House of Commons if he is successful in the election.
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Jo Swinson has vowed to stop Brexit
At the Conservative Party launching in Birmingham on Wednesday evening, Mr Johnson took a sweep at Remainer MPs for halting his plans.
He told supporters: "We have a parliament that is paralyzed, blocked … this Parliament refused to allow us to get away from it.
"We told them time and again we would honor their decision. We told them they would vote for it. The whole Brexit debate is holding us all back …
"We need an election and a new Parliament because we can not go on like this. Now is the time to get away from it all, and it's going to be in this country, a great surge of confidence in the UK and we're doing it in just a few weeks. "
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That would be a dangerous misunderstanding
Mr Johnson warned Jeremy Corbyn supporters want nothing more than "dither and delay".
The Conservative Party Leader mocked the Labor Party for wanting to "do a new deal" with the EU and then campaign against it.
Mr Johnson warned the country was "aching to move on" to massive cheers from the audience.
Labor Party leader Mr Corbyn has defended his Brexit policy, which includes securing a new Brexit agreement before putting it back to the British people – meaning Remainers would have a chance of reversing the 2016 decision.
Last week Mr Corbyn wrote on Twitter: "Secure a credible deal in three months. Put it to the people for the final say, with the option to remain, in six months. That's our Brexit policy. "
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson has been called to the UK in the European Union. Brits has a final say on the Brexit deal.
Nigel Farage has asked for a clean break from the EU
On Sunday, form Cabinet Minister Sir David Lidington, who is standing down as an MP, said that Theresa May effectively ruled out a deal in Belfast in February.
The UK had originally been scheduled to leave the bloc to the end of March this year, but the Prime Minister's Withdrawal Agreement has been rejected by MPs.
Speaking to the Sunday Times, Sir David said: "What is the best way to live in the United States?
Sir David said that he did not think it would cause violence, but that "people who are inclined that way would be seize upon any opportunity … because it would be a grievance they could exploit".