Subject Predicate Object
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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
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e-petition has moderation
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rejected e-petition has rejection
7IEHZ33C
external identifier
233566
UK Government and Parliament Id
233566
e-petition UK Government and Parliament Id
233566
action
Offer a people’s vote of confidence in the Brexit process as of this time.
background
While the 2016 referendum stands as a democratic choice, it is not legally binding and the current evolution of awareness regarding the full implications of Brexit means it should now be considered a historical one, and therefore a process needs to be implemented that allows for reconsideration.
additional details
Evidence: A referendum indicates current mood; it does not in itself give government the power to trigger article 50. A process of confidence allows for more voice from the UK and paves the way for a clear permission to the government to exit the EU, legally clarifying the Brexit process as being that of the will of the people. Historically this is looking more and more necessary for this and subsequent governments. A strong vote of no confidence could indicate necessity for another referendum.
created at
2018-11-21T09:40:25.117000+00:00
updated at
2018-12-03T18:11:28.620000+00:00
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rejection has rejected e-petition
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moderation has e-petition
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h7CM9TbW
threshold attainment has e-petition
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