6 thoughts on “Petition: Do not prorogue Parliament

  1. A Parliament unduly influenced by sore-loser Remoaners has kicked the can down the road for three years, trying to “prorogue” the expressed majority will of the British People.

    Sauce for the goose ……….

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    1. the expressed majority will of SOME OF the British People — fixed it for you

      see the breakdown shown in:

      https://www.indy100.com/article/brexit-leave-remain-52-48-per-cent-voter-turnout-electoral-register-charts-7399226

      Also people were promised whole range of things including “the easiest deal ever” and continued access to the single market. I suspect that many who voted to leave bought into this rather than a no-deal solution.

      Consider if it had gone the other way: would the leavers have accepted “you lost get over it” if a small win led to full Eurozone integration, full Schengen implementation, removal of vetoes … because “remain meant remain” and an absolute federalist approach was what the majority voted for?

      The only sensible way forward is for the government to say “now we have a clearer picture of the consequences of Brexit, let’s put it to the people again” — after all, if Brexit’s such a good idea the leavers would win again and confirm their position so they’ve nothing to lose have they? Or is it a case of fearing “we won’t get fooled again” ?

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