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PostPosted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 8:49 pm 
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Debate on cancel article 50 scheduled for 1st April

The government has officially responded to the record-breaking petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled, which will be debated by MPs next week.

The petition, which has passed more than 5.75m signatures, has been scheduled for debate on Monday, 1 April along with two other Brexit petitions.

Responding, the government said it "acknowledges the considerable number of people" who have signed it.

But revoking Article 50 would "break the promises" made to voters, it said.

The petition on the UK Parliament's website - started by retired lecturer Margaret Georgiadou - calls on the government to revoke Article 50, the two-year process which is triggered when a country wants to leave the EU.

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 8:30 am 
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edders23 wrote:
Debate on cancel article 50 scheduled for 1st April

The government has officially responded to the record-breaking petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled, which will be debated by MPs next week.

The petition, which has passed more than 5.75m signatures, has been scheduled for debate on Monday, 1 April along with two other Brexit petitions.

Responding, the government said it "acknowledges the considerable number of people" who have signed it.

But revoking Article 50 would "break the promises" made to voters, it said.

The petition on the UK Parliament's website - started by retired lecturer Margaret Georgiadou - calls on the government to revoke Article 50, the two-year process which is triggered when a country wants to leave the EU.



Anybody with the access to someone elses address or Email box could sign that petition in the name of someone else, they could even have more than one Email address, they could be of any age and from anywhere, quite likely half or more of them are not even eligible to vote in the UK for various reasons, under 18, not British etc...........in short those petitions are not a reliable judge of public opinion.


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 10:42 am 
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bloodnock wrote:
edders23 wrote:
Debate on cancel article 50 scheduled for 1st April

The government has officially responded to the record-breaking petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled, which will be debated by MPs next week.

The petition, which has passed more than 5.75m signatures, has been scheduled for debate on Monday, 1 April along with two other Brexit petitions.

Responding, the government said it "acknowledges the considerable number of people" who have signed it.

But revoking Article 50 would "break the promises" made to voters, it said.

The petition on the UK Parliament's website - started by retired lecturer Margaret Georgiadou - calls on the government to revoke Article 50, the two-year process which is triggered when a country wants to leave the EU.



Anybody with the access to someone elses address or Email box could sign that petition in the name of someone else, they could even have more than one Email address, they could be of any age and from anywhere, quite likely half or more of them are not even eligible to vote in the UK for various reasons, under 18, not British etc...........in short those petitions are not a reliable judge of public opinion.


Jacob Rees Mogg, and Donald Duck have signed it!

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 3:44 pm 
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jimbo wrote:
bloodnock wrote:
edders23 wrote:
Debate on cancel article 50 scheduled for 1st April

The government has officially responded to the record-breaking petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled, which will be debated by MPs next week.

The petition, which has passed more than 5.75m signatures, has been scheduled for debate on Monday, 1 April along with two other Brexit petitions.

Responding, the government said it "acknowledges the considerable number of people" who have signed it.

But revoking Article 50 would "break the promises" made to voters, it said.

The petition on the UK Parliament's website - started by retired lecturer Margaret Georgiadou - calls on the government to revoke Article 50, the two-year process which is triggered when a country wants to leave the EU.



Anybody with the access to someone elses address or Email box could sign that petition in the name of someone else, they could even have more than one Email address, they could be of any age and from anywhere, quite likely half or more of them are not even eligible to vote in the UK for various reasons, under 18, not British etc...........in short those petitions are not a reliable judge of public opinion.


Jacob Rees Mogg, and Donald Duck have signed it!


wot not Mickey Mouse and Darth Vader :shock:

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 5:39 pm 
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Under 6 million....

Over 17 million said leave

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PostPosted: Wed Mar 27, 2019 11:17 pm 
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wannabeeahack wrote:
Under 6 million....

Over 17 million said leave


And Donald Tusk loves every one of those 6 million as well as his 1 million marching pet remoaners....He said the EU cares about them, or did he tell them to face forward and assume the position ?...oh I don't know so many conflicting stories from the The EU and their various tame subservient Gimps, tis hard to to tell EU truth from it's usual crap.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 7:32 am 
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tis hard to to tell EU truth from it's usual crap.

It is easy. There has never been any truth.

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PostPosted: Thu Mar 28, 2019 5:57 pm 
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grandad wrote:
bloodnock wrote:
tis hard to to tell EU truth from it's usual crap.

It is easy. There has never been any truth.



2 types of people in this world tell lies and get away with it,politicians and the legal profession,that is why the majority of MP.s are from the legal profession.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 01, 2019 11:40 am 
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heathcote wrote:
grandad wrote:
bloodnock wrote:
tis hard to to tell EU truth from it's usual crap.

It is easy. There has never been any truth.



2 types of people in this world tell lies and get away with it,politicians and the legal profession,that is why the majority of MP.s are from the legal profession.


Absolutely correct Heathcote heres some of the scum past and present !!

Sadiq Khan
Chuka Umana
Tony Blair
Gordon Brown
Margaret Thatcher

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