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Reader Comments 12

1. Tom Rogers , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 08:31:

Britain’s Article 50 notification has now been unlawfully revoked/withdrawn – that is the effect of an extension beyond the European elections, so far as I am concerned. I do not see how anybody could reasonably come to any other conclusion. It means the government are actively trying to stop us leaving the EU by diminishing the currency of the notification until it becomes meaningless.
The government has acted in bad faith, having no intention (and probably never having) of seeing through the Article 50 notification to its necessary conclusion.

2. A Bruce , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 08:36:

Small donation sent. Please keep up the good work, your efforts are more appreciated than you know.
I wish there was more I could do, my MP won't engage with me any more, he's a remainer in what was a fairly safe Labour seat that voted 60% leave (a bigger majority than his). I've told him I will actively campaign against him, but he still follows the party line.
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3. Adam Hiley , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 14:03:

Our Government and Parliament are breaking the law which states We leave the Referendum was legally binding it also violates the UN charter Self Determination is clearly in the UN charter Theresa May has to go now whether She likes it or not, She is lying and being Shifty Her Government is full of Bland and talentless careerists also the Labour Party also needs to be held to account organize a general strike to rid ourselves of the whole current corrupt Parliament and have a new Government that is not Conservative or Labour

4. Steven , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 14:24:

Adam , I’m afraid the referendum was NOT legally binding upon the government despite those now infamous words in the government booklet clearly stating whatever we decided would be implemented. The fact is NO referendums are due to the British constitutional theory of parliamentary sovereignty which means no government is meant to bind a successor. To put it at its most blunt, this archaic idea could, in theory, allow a British government to put the British people in gas chambers and murder us and that would all be legal, remove any notion of freedom of peaceful assembly, freedom of speech etc because THERE ARE NO LEGAL IMPEDIMENTS to their possible actions as we don’t have a written, codified constitution guaranteeing us basic human rights overseen by a constitutional court as more modern and democratic countries like Germany etc have.

5. Steven , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 14:38:

Germany’s Basic Law ie their written, codified constitution guarantees these rights along with stating their elections must be genuinely free and FAIR ie each voter has a vote EQUAL IN WEIGHT to somebody else’s thus they have a modern system of PROPORTIONAL REPRESENTATION and not the archaic, very crude, grotesquely unrepresentative crap of First Past The Post like the undemocratic world joke formerly called Great Britain.
Most countries have clear rules for their referendums ie minimum turnouts etc and also whether results are binding upon their governments and this normally occurs when a country has a written and codified constitution ie they don’t have potentially very dangerous concepts like unlimited parliamentary sovereignty as we do.

6. Steven , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 14:43:

Hopefully, one possible good that I hope comes from this ghastly episode however it concludes is that more British voters will realise that Britain really isn’t a very democratic country and never really has been and so they will start to look as to how we could improve our democracy. Britain needs some serious electoral and constitutional reform after this debacle.

7. Steven , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 15:06:

Adam , basically Britain is the worst of all worlds ie a Royalist state where the Royal House has no powers unlike Liechtenstein yet also a constitutional royal one that hasn’t really developed in a constitutional sense since we gave up on the idea of the divine rule of Kings and Queens ie we have had no major constitutional reforms UK wide since that time apart from giving poor people and women the vote and they still remain unequal votes at that. When, oh when, is Britain going to seriously update its archaic ‘democracy’ and become a modern country in this sense?

8. James Bertram , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 16:58:

Brexit Facts 4EU team - it would be good if you could get behind and put out an article on this boycott EU products campaign (too, you could add boycott travel to EU countries - Eurocurrency, holiday bookings, European airlines, football matches, music tours, etc). And make sure that the EU27 leaders know that this boycott is now happening as a result of us being kept in their rotten club against our will (letters to EU27 leaders + letters to embassies, etc).

9. Concerned Expat , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 19:59:

What absolutely nasty person as displayed on Breitbart today: "Dawkins Welcomes Brexit Delay, More Time for Older Leave Voters to ‘Drop Off Their Perch’".
How and why are such people allowed to say these things when normal people are having their freedoms eroded ?
What's so special about this ghastly indicidual?

10. anon , Thursday, April 11, 2019, 22:21:

Ben Fulford posted this:
” British intelligence sources say that Brexit has already happened as legally required on March 29th, despite posturing by politicians who pretend it has not. A visible sign of this is the fact that British passports issued after that date do not include a mention of the European Union.”
Can anyone confirm his claim about British passports?

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