Should Parliament bite the bullet and scrap Brexit?

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    Parliamentary Sovereignty and all that.

    What do you think? It wouldn't be popular...
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    No - the consequences would be 10x worse than Brexit
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    (Original post by Iridocyclitis)
    Parliamentary Sovereignty and all that.

    What do you think? It wouldn't be popular...
    Whats it got to do with parlimentary sovereignty?

    Wasnt it an act of parliament that set up the referendum?
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    No it will cause a civil war and I'd rather live in peace thank you very much!
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    NO - There would be riots and no trust in the government.
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    how can you even ask that? :| what the hell are you thinking?
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    (Original post by Iridocyclitis)
    Parliamentary Sovereignty and all that.

    What do you think? It wouldn't be popular...
    Given that the Tories would be under a 3 line whip, that the DUP will vote for it and that the Corbyn 40 would not oppose it i suspect there probably is a parliamentary majority.
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    Use parliamentary sovereignty to make sure there will be less and less of it for evermore.

    Brilliant.
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    Given that the Tories would be under a 3 line whip, that the DUP will vote for it and that the Corbyn 40 would not oppose it i suspect there probably is a parliamentary majority.
    Not just that but any Labour leave voters would be seriously pressed to vote for them


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    (Original post by Iridocyclitis)
    Should Parliament bite the bullet and scrap Brexit?
    Why?
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    NO - There would be riots and no trust in the government.
    I'm being petty here, but I don't think people trust the government anyway.
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    (Original post by Iridocyclitis)
    Parliamentary Sovereignty and all that.
    the day parliamentary sovereignty trumps the vote of the populus is the day our established values of democracy and equality is brutally slaughtered.

    "let's give them a vote"
    "oh, they didn't vote how we wanted. let's ignore them"

    ^if you can say this about referenda, why not general elections?

    "oh, they didn't vote for the lib-lab-con hard enough, let's make up some more 'instrumental' results - it's for the public interest"

    see how natural the second scenario sounds after the first quotation?
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    Brexit was a couple of months ago. As hard as all breakups are OP, you need to let go and move on.
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    (Original post by AlexanderHam)
    Why?
    Because OP wants to avert the apocalypse we're all waiting for.
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    YES

    brexit is an up-to-no-good
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    (Original post by 2016_GCSE)
    NO - There would be riots and no trust in the government.


    #2ndreferendum
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    Mr Corbyn and his pacifist PLP cronies would not allow bullets
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    yes - whilst ppl will riot and moan about it (like the british way) it is for the greater good.
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    (Original post by Iridocyclitis)
    Parliamentary Sovereignty and all that.

    What do you think? It wouldn't be popular...
    "17.4 million voting for Brexit is not enough"

    *calls for 650 people to vote on it*

    Ladies and gentlemen, the amazing intellect of remoaners.
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    (Original post by ib_hopeful)
    #2ndreferendum
    We had that 3 months ago

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