This country will not a revolution. Revolution requires some level of zeal the the British public do not posses.
If Brexit is blocked, it would be a very sad time for this country.
1. It's the law.
2. Isn't that what they wanted - the British Parliament deciding on things, not the EU, because it has accountability and the next election they can vote them out?
The second point is actually interesting, just read some article in a German news outlet with a politics professor and the bottom line was currently Parliament favors staying so what Theresa May has to do is a new election and then it is likely the new Parliament would vote for triggering Article 50.
But anyway, this outrage sums up a lot of Brexiters perfectly - ignorant morons that don't even know what they were voting for.
That sounds very interesting. But if it forces a general election which party do you think people would vote for. That could course alot more problems.
Why is it that the anti-EU brigade are constantly stirring up hatred? It's complete nonsense anyway, Brexit has not been blocked, the decision has not been overturned. All the High Court have done is enforce Parliamentary sovereignty, which is what the leavers claim to have originally wanted. Anyone thinking of rioting needs to remember that democracy is about more than just voting.
Yes i agree with that. But the question is will mps go against the public that voted leave. Looking at the figures this morning. If they did,things will get worse for them. Also why does it need to go to house of Lords. No voted for them.
It simply won't happen that they will be needed to do this. Don't get me wrong, there are enough who want to block, but once it becomes apparent that, contrary to their assumptions, this is not a freak British vote, that the nation state is re-asserting itself, that Trump will win, that Italy could be leaving the Euro next, that Le Pen could be in power in France and they could vote to leave- well the whole game will be up. At the very least it will be massively remodelled as what it should have been before, a co-operative zone, but with no such protectionist concept as the single market, and no 'pooled sovereignty' or single currency, and at he most it will be over completely.
I would not believe much in media narratives or polls these days. I think France is just as much, if not more EU-skeptic than us.