Subject Predicate Object
2CMHwFWA
a
Resource
External thing
UK Government and Parliament thing
E-petition
Rejected e-petition
UK Government and Parliament e-petition
e-petition has threshold attainment
OEE68H1p
e-petition has moderation
ew2uiaog
rejected e-petition has rejection
ew2uiaog
external identifier
249795
UK Government and Parliament Id
249795
e-petition UK Government and Parliament Id
249795
action
A people’s vote on whether to have a 2nd referendum on deal, no deal or remain
background
In the recent meetings and marches, talks about how to limit the damage of the present predicament always stall. The only unopposed plausible solution that comes out of discussions that does not undermine the democratic process is to ask the people if they want to be asked. A very British question.
additional details
It is reasonable to accept that our situation has become so entrenched as to risk natianal unity whatever the outcome. A vote on the results of negotiations with the EU on how to deliver the UK remain/leave referendum seems on one level reasonable enough - but more reasonable is the argument that to ask the people the same question twice is to undermine any meaning in the first vote and even democracy itself. To support democracy and empower the voters the only question is: should we vote again?
created at
2019-03-23T21:33:54.710000+00:00
updated at
2019-04-02T04:59:12.053000+00:00
ew2uiaog
rejection has rejected e-petition
2CMHwFWA
moderation has e-petition
2CMHwFWA
OEE68H1p
threshold attainment has e-petition
2CMHwFWA