Subject Predicate Object
91GaD6Wb
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
qxVdiFrt
e-petition has moderation
L6WeugnI
34RwC2Sc
rejected e-petition has rejection
L6WeugnI
34RwC2Sc
external identifier
231597
UK Government and Parliament Id
231597
e-petition UK Government and Parliament Id
231597
action
Revoke article 50
background
The deadlines for securing a good Brexit deal are becoming dangerously close and the electorate is having doubts that the government can deliver what it promised. The ideological Brexiters are deaf to the economic truths of leaving the EU. Mr D Tusk has said on record that we can withdraw article 50
additional details
If, by the deadline of January 21st, when the UK government presents it's withdrawal deal to allow a meaningful vote and its rejected by Parliament and there is insufficient time to organise a peoples vote by the cliff edge date of March 29th, then I petition the government to, in the short term, revoke article 50. After we have left the EU our choices are limited. This backstop buys time to secure cross party support for what we want from Brexit and to solve the Irish border conundrum .
created at
2018-10-31T15:56:06.181000+00:00
updated at
2018-11-19T11:32:08.429000+00:00
L6WeugnI
rejection has rejected e-petition
91GaD6Wb
moderation has e-petition
91GaD6Wb
34RwC2Sc
rejection has rejected e-petition
91GaD6Wb
moderation has e-petition
91GaD6Wb
qxVdiFrt
threshold attainment has e-petition
91GaD6Wb