Petition to revoke Article 50 broke Parliament's site, over SIX million people signed

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You provide an email address for validation, so no not with the same email.

They also have other checks in place (IP, etc)
That would still make it possible to create multiple email accounts in different places to sign the same petition? Students could do it at their halls, at their parents' homes, at a public wifi etc.
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That would still make it possible to create multiple email accounts in different places to sign the same petition? Students could do it at their halls, at their parents' homes, at a public wifi etc.
I also said, there are other checks ...

However yes it could all be fake so put it to a 2nd Ref to be sure. :beard:
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There used to be a dog food called Pedigree Chum, wonder if they still sell that? Oh O see they do.
I wasnt questioning your explanation ftaod.

Oh and isnt the point that if they get 100,000 signatures then they cam consider discussing it in parliament? You want them to talk about it even more?

Imo EU Commission rubbish
Cons rubbish.
Labour rubbish.

Surely this country has some sane competent people who could analyse and then negotiate a successful deal? Crazy and sad imo.
Pedigree doesn't just refer to the dog food; that's that Brum education, boi.
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(Original post by hello_shawn)
That would still make it possible to create multiple email accounts in different places to sign the same petition? Students could do it at their halls, at their parents' homes, at a public wifi etc.
They probably use MAC address tracking too, not impossible to fool but effort.
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Pedigree doesn't just refer to the dog food; that's that Brum education, boi.
I never said it did, just word association. It is the food of champions I believe. You should be flattered.
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I never said it did, just word association. It is the food of champions I believe. You should be flattered.
lol
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It's down again!

Let's get to that 17 mil.
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It's down again!

Let's get to that 17 mil.
Nah, I'm looking forward to no deal. I just want to see what will happen, I'm curious.
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Nah, I'm looking forward to no deal. I just want to see what will happen, I'm curious.
It's gonna be lots of fun. Like when the White Walkers got through the Wall.
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Wonder if it'll make any difference.
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Wonder if it'll make any difference.
Not sure why it should
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Funny how a internet petition supposedly shows support for remain, but the result of the referendum doesn't count as justification to leave. :lol:
Funny how a general election returns one result and then a few years later, after changes in circumstances and opinion, another one overturns that result.
I suppose you don't see that as justification for a change in government?
#leaversdontunderstandhowdemocra cyworks
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-We lost the vote
-The vote doesnt matter referendums are stupid and so is listening to the people in situations like this
-WOW LOOK 1 MILLION VOTES LOOKS LIKE MAY IS DONE FOR!!!!!!
-petitions and votes can and should influence decisions
-cry about Russian interference and deny it happening in this situation

Very nice
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Nah, I'm looking forward to no deal. I just want to see what will happen, I'm curious.
I'm kinda feeling a bit like that now. There's only so many times you can tell your little brother not to lick the 9v battery.
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(Original post by Obolinda)
Wonder if it'll make any difference.
Only to make May's shrieks of "We must fulfil The Will Of The People" seem even more ridiculous and out of touch.
Nothing practical though.
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It's gonna be lots of fun. Like when the White Walkers got through the Wall.
Exactly, the people chose poorly and now we get to watch the carnage unfold.

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I'm kinda feeling a bit like that now. There's only so many times you can tell your little brother not to lick the 9v battery.
I'm not too worried about my future, I'm young, fit and healthy. But all those Brexiteer old people that rely on the NHS, they are going to be in a pickle.
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I'm not too worried about my future, I'm young, fit and healthy. But all those Brexiteer old people that rely on the NHS, they are going to be in a pickle.
Prepare your inbox for 37 messages.
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Prepare your inbox for 37 messages.
The only PMs I get are from CT trying to get my opinions on **** :sad:
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The only PMs I get are from CT trying to get my opinions on **** :sad:
36 to go!
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(Original post by QE2)
Funny how a general election returns one result and then a few years later, after changes in circumstances and opinion, another one overturns that result.
I suppose you don't see that as justification for a change in government?
#leaversdontunderstandhowdemocra cyworks
The next general election is after the parliament from the previous one has served its time. This would be the equivalent of having another general election before the MPs had even taken their seats.

However, personally I'm not against another referendum as I'm sure the result would be the same again.
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