Brexit: Petition for second EU referendum rejected by UK Government

The UK Government has rejected a petition requesting a second EU Referendum signed by more than 4.1 million people.

The petition stated, “We the undersigned call upon HM Government to implement a rule that if the remain or leave vote is less than 60% based on a turnout less than 75%, there should be another referendum”.

The last time I looked, I thought we in the UK lived in a democracy and the outcome of the referendum was 52% to leave and 48% remain.

Who are the delusional 4.1m people

Are people that stupid to sign a petition that had no chance of succeeding? And who signed the petition?

Next, there will be protests to make Jeremy Corbyn Prime Minister and Nigel Farage a Knight of the Realm.

It doesn’t matter which way you voted; it is more important that the process of Brexit is handled in the correct manner and not hampered by the delusional 4.1 million people who signed the petition.

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