There is a growing band of people that want to reverse the result of the democratic vote of this country to leave the European Union and are calling for a second referendum. This is mainly by the people that lost the vote two years ago and cannot accept the democratic vote of the majority decision.
1. E-petition 226071: Stop possible second referendum on EU membership
29/11/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: 2018 E-petition 226071: Stop possible second referendum on EU membership By Neil Johnston A debate
2. E-petition 224908 relating to leaving the European Union
31/01/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: force, or failing that, two years after notifying the EU of its intention to leave. 1 In the UK™s case
3. Case for a Referendum on the Outcome of EU Withdrawal Negotiations
19/10/2018 - Parliamentary Research
Found: ﬁthat this House takes note of the case for a People™s Vote on the outcome of the negotiations between
4. E-petitions 200004, 187570, 193282 and 200311 relating to a referendum on the deal for the UK’s exit from the European Union
06/12/2017 - Parliamentary Research
Found: to allow for the 2016 referendum on the UK™s membership of the EU was passed in 2015. The Parliament
5. Party Policies on Europe at General Elections Since 1970
15/04/2019 - Parliamentary Research
Found: governments sought to open negotiations about possible membership. However, it was Edward Heath™s Conservative
1. EU Membership: Second Referendum
03/12/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: 226071 relating to not holding a second referendum on EU membership.It is a pleasure to serve - Speech Link
2. Leaving the EU
14/01/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: 232984 and 231461 relating to holding a further referendum on leaving the EU, and 226509 and 236261 relating - Speech Link
2: 232984 and 231461 relating to holding a further referendum on leaving the EU, and 226509 and 236261 relating - Speech Link
3. Brexit: People’s Vote
25/10/2018 - Lords Chamber
1: People’s Vote on the outcome of the negotiations between the United Kingdom Government and the European Union - Speech Link
2: said:“The day after we leave we hold all the cards and we can choose the path we want”. On - Speech Link
4. Leaving the European Union
19/11/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: considered the e-petition relating to leaving the European Union.It is a pleasure to serve under your - Speech Link
2: debate. Does she agree that young people feel let down by the Brexit vote and that it is the duty of each - Speech Link
3: agree that we must listen to the voices of young people—I will talk about that in a moment—and that we - Speech Link
5. Leaving the European Union
04/02/2019 - Westminster Hall
1: considered e-petition 224908 relating to leaving the European Union.It is a pleasure to serve under your - Speech Link
2: everyone the media has covered it fully, the British people MUST be given the Brexit they voted for anything - Speech Link
6. Principles of Democracy and the Rights of the Electorate
26/09/2019 - Commons Chamber
1: who believe in letting the British people exercise their democratic rights, and as Minister for the Cabinet - Speech Link
2: identity for voting. People in major democracies such as Canada are aghast that people can turn up at our - Speech Link
3: the Minister aware that in Northern Ireland, as a result of the increase in proxy votes and postal votes - Speech Link
4: latter is a deeply worrying trend that we must reverse. Indeed, earlier this year the Government legislated - Speech Link
7. Leaving the EU: Negotiations
10/07/2018 - Commons Chamber
1: Government’s negotiations to leave the EU have not progressed to the satisfaction of the people of the UK, with polls - Speech Link
2: and utterly counter productive to have another referendum. Talking about quotations, does the right hon - Speech Link
3: practice in many countries, to have a confirmatory referendum when a Government have produced a deal. That - Speech Link
4: course of action whereby one could have an initial referendum and another that confirmed it later on. Does - Speech Link
5: that the announcement that there was to be a second referendum would influence the negotiating position of - Speech Link
6: talking about the third referendum on this subject. The impact on the European negotiators would, I am - Speech Link
8. Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration
14/01/2019 - Lords Chamber
1: for the purposes of section 13(1)(c) of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018, takes note of the negotiated - Speech Link
2: decided to adopt the policy of abolishing the European Parliament and is considering whether to launch - Speech Link
9. Leaving the European Union
22/01/2018 - Westminster Hall
1: relating to leaving the European Union.The e-petition states:“Leave the EU immediatelyThe - Speech Link
10. Brexit: Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration
14/01/2019 - Lords Chamber
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Although not legally binding the referendum on whether we stay or leave the EU carried out on the 23rd June 2016 was the clearest indication of the will of the electorate. At that time our Prime Minister David Cameron assured us that the result of the referendum would be carried out. We must ensure the democracy rules
A clear majority of the electorate voted to leave the European Union. We must respect both the will of the British people, and the democratic process which delivered this result.
The Government is clear that we will respect the result of the 2016 referendum, and that we will not hold a second referendum.
A clear majority of the electorate voted to leave the European Union in the 2016 referendum. Almost three quarters of the electorate took part in the referendum, resulting in 17.4 million votes to leave the European Union. This is the highest number of votes cast for anything in UK electoral history. This was the biggest democratic mandate for a course of action ever directed at any UK Government.
Parliament then overwhelmingly confirmed the result of the referendum by voting with clear and convincing majorities in both of its Houses for the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill.
In last year’s General Election, over 80% of people then also voted for parties committing to respect the result of the referendum - it was the stated policy of both major parties that the decision of the people would be respected. The Government is clear that it is now its duty to implement the will expressed by the electorate in the referendum - respecting both the will of the British people, and the democratic process which delivered the referendum result.
The British people must be able to trust in its Government both to effect their will, and to deliver the best outcome for them. As the Prime Minister has said: “This is about more than the decision to leave the EU; it is about whether the public can trust their politicians to put in place the decision they took.” In upholding that directive to withdraw from the European Union, the Government is delivering on that promise. We recognise that to do otherwise would be to undermine the decision of the British people, and to disrespect the powerful democratic values of this country and this government.
The Government therefore continues to be committed to delivering on the instruction given to us by the British people: working to overcome the challenges and seize the opportunities this brings to deliver an outcome which betters the lives of British people - whether they voted to Leave or to Remain.
The people of the United Kingdom gave a clear instruction and the Government is committed to seeing that through. We will leave the European Union on 29 March 2019.
Department for Exiting the European Union