People who voted to stay in, voted to stay in.
People who voted to leave did so for a variety of reasons: to give the government a bloody nose; because they thought it was costing them jobs; because they were against immigration; because they thought it would give pots more money to the NHS; because they were just angry. And, yes of course, because some wanted out of the EU.
They certainly had no idea of what kind of brexit they were voting for. We still don't.
When a decision is reached is it not fair that first parliament should vote on whether they want what has been negotiated. The leavers did talk about taking back control. Please let us take that control.
Despite what some would have us believe it is quite possible to retract the submission of Article 50. If the cost of what is happening is too high, if it is costing jobs, if people have seen what is going on and don't like it ....... is it not fair for them to have another vote?
If it was right to choose when we knew nothing, is it not even more right to be able to vote when we do know.
People do change their minds. The Prime Minister has. Now Farago has. And perhaps those of us who wanted to vote and were barred from doing so might be included.
Give the 63 ++% a voice. Sounds fair to me.
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