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I'm posting the link here for you:

https://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/241584

Let's get it up to 17.41 million signatures. That's not totally impossible.
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Signed
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I thought this was not allowed at first but apprentlyyou can post links to petitions on TSR as long as they meet certain requirements.

Hopefully this petition hits 3mil today
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(Original post by thestudent33)
I thought this was not allowed at first but apprentlyyou can post links to petitions on TSR as long as they meet certain requirements.

Hopefully this petition hits 3mil today
Already has
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Thank you patriots.
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After 3 years struggling to ignore the result, the losers are making their last desperate play. They're demanding democracy be ignored in case people change their mind
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just cancel brexit

they can't riot all day and all year. it will pass.
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Can I ask you in what ways no deal Brexit will benefit the country?
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After 3 years struggling to ignore the result, the losers are making their last desperate play. They're demanding democracy be ignored in case people change their mind
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I'm a remainer and would still be if the first election was held today but I won't be signing.

It completely devalues the first election that 30 million people voted for in 2016 - how does having another election help matters at all? It just confuses things further.

Are we going to have a best of three if remain wins this time? It just stinks of bitter remainers who didn't get their own way.

Should we have left the EU? No. But we did and that was the democratic decision.
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We haven't left yet, just started the legal mechanism by which we leave
(Original post by Arisapo)
I'm a remainer and would still be if the first election was held today but I won't be signing.

It completely devalues the first election that 30 million people voted for in 2016 - how does having another election help matters at all? It just confuses things further.

Are we going to have a best of three if remain wins this time? It just stinks of bitter remainers who didn't get their own way.

Should we have left the EU? No. But we did and that was the democratic decision.
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You can't. I'll put down my reasons. You'll challenge them. I'll challenge you back. Neither of us will change our minds. The remain v leave debate has been done. Leave won. Any debate now needs to be deal v no deal. I refuse to indulge in anything where remain's treated as an option
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But it was democratically voted by the majority of voters that we should leave so why do we need another election?

It s**** completely on democracy and this is coming from someone who campaigned to remain.
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The majority of civilians are dumb and shouldn't even have the right to vote - saying democracy doesn't mean jack. If a populace voted for the genocide of another, would it be right? No, it would be dumb. Similarly, most people think with their emotions and are not equipped to make decisions affecting the nation. There are literally no benefits to Brexit beyond some abstract concept of 'sovereignty'; we will be economically screwed over by it.
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Because the vast majority of people who voted Leave were deceived by false promises and lies which have later shown to be untrue. Even I was swayed (I voted Leave and now have changed my mind, although not for the usual reasons)
(Original post by Arisapo)
But it was democratically voted by the majority of voters that we should leave so why do we need another election?

It s**** completely on democracy and this is coming from someone who campaigned to remain.
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They really haven't. There's as many lies on the remain side that have been proven false. That's politics for you. People say whatever to win the vote. There's nothing to change that
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Remain won't benefit the country either, it was all part of Lord EU's plan to subvert the member countries' democratically-elected institutions and make them mere pawns of a despot. Any entity that stepped out of line would be punished, in this case the UK for daring to leave. The UK would have been plundered from the top down and turned into the barren wasteland that Remain campaigners were warning about, even if we had remained, just so that we'd be taught a lesson for being a bunch of naughty kids.
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Okay so say we leave with May's deal, we'll basically have to pay the same amount into the EU whilst still being subject to all their rules and regulations but we won't be able to have a say in how the EU is run. So we might aswell just stay in the EU because it's pointless
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You can't. I'll put down my reasons. You'll challenge them. I'll challenge you back. Neither of us will change our minds. The remain v leave debate has been done. Leave won. Any debate now needs to be deal v no deal. I refuse to indulge in anything where remain's treated as an option
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You're trolling with this surely? If you think the EU is treating us badly wait until we do leave and Trump has us for breakfast
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Remain won't benefit the country either, it was all part of Lord EU's plan to subvert the member countries' democratically-elected institutions and make them mere pawns of a despot. Any entity that stepped out of line would be punished, in this case the UK for daring to leave. The UK would have been plundered from the top down and turned into the barren wasteland that Remain campaigners were warning about, even if we had remained, just so that we'd be taught a lesson for being a bunch of naughty kids.
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It’s politics, it’s full of lies and false promises.
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