What are you talking about? Parliament already voted to have a referendum and the leave side won. The courts have now decided that they will need a separate vote of parliament to trigger the results of the referendum. Basically the courts accept the result of the referendum but deny that with the referendum came an order to act. They now want a separate vote on the order to act. They have turned the referendum into a useless survey.Piro21 wrote: ↑Nov 3rd, 2016 4:16 pmThis is the parliament voting on it. How are they trying to stop themselves?silky28 wrote: ↑Nov 3rd, 2016 4:08 pmExcept for there are Conservative MPs that are against Brexit and only supported the referendum because they assumed it would fail. The bigger issue is that this is the court trying to stop an act of parliament by manipulating referendum.MexiCanuck wrote: ↑Nov 3rd, 2016 2:16 pm
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This doesn't seem to me to be much of a threat. The majority Conservatives have a prime minister who said she would have the UK leave the EU and, acording to the article the opposition supports implementing the referendum result.
And I will repeat...the Conservatives tabled the Brexit referendum because they promised to but thinking it would fail. The courts are now giving them a tool to ignore the results of the referendum that parliament has already voted on.