May 08, 2018

UK: Second EU referendum bill in Parliament now — We need to act

Jack BuckbyRebel Contributor

Did you know a bill proposing another EU Referendum is going through Parliament right now? The second reading is happening this week, and it's being proposed by a Labour/Co Op Member of Parliament.


I just want to quickly introduce you to the bill and show you the simple thing you can do to let the politicians know you're against this attack on democracy.


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commented 2018-05-09 12:08:54 -0400
If the first vote had gone against Brexit would there have been a second one? If a second referendum comes out with a remain majority, will they have a third just incase people change their minds again? I doubt it.

Seems to me they want to keep holding referendums until they get the answer they want.
commented 2018-05-09 12:03:19 -0400
Keith Barnes—-not much sense in changing PM’s or Parties as they are exactly the same, especially now that we know that Boris is a complete and utter moron.(Iran Deal)
Jacob Moog Reece is the last hope for the UK, or complete Revolution where no guilty person is spared.
commented 2018-05-09 11:07:02 -0400
ANDREW STEPHENSON – The people already voted. Respect their vote!
commented 2018-05-09 09:19:51 -0400
A second referendum is “undemocratic”? Multiple confirmations of a political policy with massive ramifications doesn’t strike me as particularly outrageous. If the population is second-guessing Brexit – and it sounds like they are – then perhaps it’s reasonable for the pols to actually listen to that and ask if they’re sure they want to do it.
commented 2018-05-08 18:45:20 -0400
UK House of Lords. Unelected brain dead doddering con artists that they are, have the power to study a Bill and to make changes to a Bill, after that, all they can do is send the Bill back to the House of Commons for reconsideration. As it is in Canada, they cannot kill the Bill. Problem is, they can keep on doing this until the time for leaving the EU runs out, a time agreed upon by the British Government and the EU.
The Prime Minister can call a motion to disband The House of Lords but it would have to go through the same process and it may not even pass in the House of Commons.
Theresa May the Prime Minister, who is a Remainer and wants to stay with the EU is in a position where she may be forced into calling an Election. This may be the only hope left for those who voted Leave and it could be a very close race. Another possibility, Members of the PC Party could, to the best of my knowledge, replace the PM, with another member of the Party but they would be unelected and weak.

Guy Fawks, where are You?