[petition 174k+] Rescind Art.50 if Vote Leave has broken Electoral Laws Watch

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https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/223729

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Um? This isn’t really safe to do. Revoking the vote seems a bit much. Remainers should instead try to make up with the Brexiteers so that they can think of a Brexit that fits both of their ideals.
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How can people commit something illegal and get away with it. IN THE UK!
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(Original post by ProRoadman)
Um? This isn’t really safe to do. Revoking the vote seems a bit much. Remainers should instead try to make up with the Brexiteers so that they can think of a Brexit that fits both of their ideals.
It might mean a referendum.

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How can people commit something illegal and get away with it. IN THE UK!
The referendum wasn't legal, it was " advisory " meaning politicans didn't have to do brexit.
https://fullfact.org/europe/was-eu-referendum-advisory/
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(Original post by ckfeister)
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/223729

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This is idiotic.
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Not going to happen.

Parliament won't care enough.
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These people are so god damn dumb and bitter.

They had most of the media under their control, the government, academia and they still lost! Just like Clinton!

But both lost to evil Russian bots and data processors

Boo hoo
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The referendum was conducted having been authorised by parliament and its respective Act of Parliament. Therefore the referendum was legal.

Yes it was only advisory. The public voted and gave their advice to the government. The government decided to follow the advice of the public who voted.

Stop spitting your dummy out because you didn’t win.

Arguments kinda mute anyway. It was in the news today that the government broke the rules by publishing a Brexit guide advising people to vote to remain and spending millions of tax payers money in doing so. You can’t have your cake and eat it.
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There are over 16 million people in this country who wanted to remain, and most of the MPs too. Both sides cheated in their campaigning, all politicians do it, especially if they have an agenda. A petition with anything short of 16 million is not new information.
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(Original post by ckfeister)
https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/223729

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Vote Leave was a promotional group and not the actual official referendum. It wouldn’t matter if the promotional group was Al Capone.
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(Original post by Purmerend)
The referendum was conducted having been authorised by parliament and its respective Act of Parliament. Therefore the referendum was legal.

Yes it was only advisory. The public voted and gave their advice to the government. The government decided to follow the advice of the public who voted.

Stop spitting your dummy out because you didn’t win.

Arguments kinda mute anyway. It was in the news today that the government broke the rules by publishing a Brexit guide advising people to vote to remain and spending millions of tax payers money in doing so. You can’t have your cake and eat it.
It wasn't legal, its advisory, I don't care what your or other extremists view on here is, you either sign it or you don't thats it.
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You’re deluded.
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(Original post by ckfeister)
It wasn't legal, its advisory, I don't care what your or other extremists view on here is, you either sign it or you don't thats it.
It was advisory in the sense that "Do what we said or you lose your job at the next election, or worse" is advisory.
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It was advisory in the sense that "Do what we said or you lose your job at the next election, or worse" is advisory.
Thats a big lie, brexit is too complex to be solved meaning it won't ever settle until UK accepts full EU, this will go on till we are in our 70s
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(Original post by ckfeister)
It might mean a referendum.



The referendum wasn't legal, it was " advisory " meaning politicans didn't have to do brexit.
https://fullfact.org/europe/was-eu-referendum-advisory/
And the government said it would act on the result.
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(Original post by ckfeister)
Thats a big lie, brexit is too complex to be solved meaning it won't ever settle until UK accepts full EU, this will go on till we are in our 70s
You think if the Commons had voted against article 50 the public would've been okay with it?
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You think if the Commons had voted against article 50 the public would've been okay with it?
A 2nd referendum would likely to be called which MPs would by majority favouring it, I don't get why brexiteers are afraid of a 2nd referendum to find what the public wants.
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A 2nd referendum would likely to be called which MPs would by majority favouring it, I don't get why brexiteers are afraid of a 2nd referendum to find what the public wants.
What's the point in having a referendum if we're just going to keep re-running them until it goes the way politicians want? Forget Brexit for a moment and think about that - some BS illusion of choice.
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(Original post by ThomH97)
What's the point in having a referendum if we're just going to keep re-running them until it goes the way politicians want? Forget Brexit for a moment and think about that - some BS illusion of choice.
But we already had 2, 2016 referendum was the third one, there was no choices just in or out, but what to do after wasn't written and it is getting more complex and harder for politicans to please anyone the only way is to finish this debate for a generation by options (which should of been in 2016 referendum)

1. Clean brexit (out everything, simple trade deal)
2. Soft brexit (Customs union, single market)
3. Remain in EU
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