661-Pete wrote:(snip) What's wrong with asking again - now that we know more about it?Spinners wrote:Are you being serious? It's Parliament who are preventing the democratic will of the people (i.e. the result of the 2016 Referendum) being carried out.
What's wrong with it is that the bad winners may have to become bad losers.
Personally I hope we never have a referendum ever again, about anything. Brexit has seriously undermined the faith that many had in democracy as a good form of government. It seemed to easily turn into mob rule followed by the emergence of any number of would-be tyrants. ANd a couple of actual tyrants.
Perhaps MPs will manage to discover sufficient in their number to force Parliament to act in the National Interest rather than allow one or another of the tyrants to retain power and ruin the country in pursuit of a lust for money and power whilst justifying the immense damage done in terms of their nasty New Tory Trot neolib claptrap?