Brexit is failing because nobody wants it says Petition of 5+ Million



British PM Theresa May’s valiant efforts may have failed because Brits don’t really want to leave the European Union. They shouldn’t, say more than 5.1 million which is 5 million more than is needed to trigger a parliamentary debate.

Read if you wish ->Petition live: Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU.

The British public is speaking out against Brexit in the millions. That cannot be ignored. But there are significant voices being heard from Theresa May’s side of the house.

by Melissa Hemingway

Brexit second vote demanded by 4 million on petition and uncounted tens of thousands as numbers in the streets grow.

Kill Brexit and remain in the EU is demanded by over 5.1 million in a petition that now must be debated. Hundreds of thousands of protesters agree with the petitioners. Many also want a second referendum. The number of petitioners at press time continued to climb at an astounding rate. Photo Credit: Youtube Video Capture

Philip Anthony Hammond is  Chancellor of the Exchequer since 2016 and Member of Parliament for Runnymede and Weybridge since 1997.
Photo Credit: Official Photo

Speaking out in contrast with his party leader‘s obstinate stand against a second Brexit plebiscite, Chancellor Philip Hammond said a second referendum is a “coherent proposition” that deserves consideration.

“One way or another Parliament is going to have the opportunity this week to decide what it is in favor of, and I hope that it will take that opportunity — if it can’t get behind the Prime Minister’s deal — to say clearly and unambiguously what it can get behind,” Hammond told Sky News.

“I’m not sure that there’s a majority in Parliament for a second referendum but it’s a perfectly coherent proposition — many people will be strongly opposed to it, but it’s a coherent proposition and it deserves to be considered along with the other proposals.”

The Debate was Heating Up over the past Three Years

No to Brexit

Some history:  Düsseldorf carnival parade in February 2018. Photo Credit: @infozentrale

Photo Credit: Robert Mandel

More history. Above, at the front of a demonstration against Brexit in Manchester in September 2017, a float showed a multi-headed chimera with the faces of Theresa May and three leading Brexit campaigners: Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Brexit Secretary David Davis. It beared the inscription “Brexit is a monstrosity” – “Let’s stop it”. The float was made by Jacques Tilly and his team, opposing Brexit.


The Original Schedule for Britain’s Exit from the European Union
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