Voters in New Caledonia have narrowly rejected independence for a second time in two years, choosing instead to remain with France.
- Results show 53.26 per cent of people voted ‘No’ in the referendum
- More than 46 per cent cast their ballot for ‘Yes’, a stronger result than the previous referendum in 2018
- French President Emmanuel Macron said a third referendum on independence “was possible”
Provisional results released by the French Government sh…