Parliament must honour the Referendum result. Leave deal or no deal 29/03/19

The UK voted in a referendum in 2016 to Leave the EU....this wasn't dependent on a " deal" ....but rather just "Leave" we are now demanding that all mp's honour this result .conservative and labour mp's also agreed to leave on 29/03/19...... deal or no deal as part of their gen election campaign

183,422 Signatures

Status: Closed
Created: 26 Feb 2019, 2:13 p.m.
Daily signature rate : 964
Closed: 4 Sep 2019, 11:59 p.m.

Government Response

The Government stands by its commitment to uphold the result of the 2016 referendum and to deliver the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

In 2016, this Government stated that it would honour the result of the referendum, whatever the outcome.

During the 2016 referendum campaign, this Government wrote to every UK household to promise that it would implement the result of the referendum. With that commitment in mind, 17.4 million people voted to leave the European Union, providing the biggest democratic mandate for any course of action ever directed at a UK Government.

The British people voted once again in the General Election of 2017, with over 80% of those who voted, voting for parties, including the Opposition, who committed to respecting and implementing the result of the referendum.

The British people have made their view clear. It is now our responsibility to uphold the result of the referendum.

The Government’s policy was to deliver Brexit on the 29th of March. The Government has agreed a short extension with the EU, and continues to try and find consensus that will ensure the UK leaves in a smooth and orderly way. However, in the event that the House does not pass the meaningful vote, the legal default remains that the UK will leave the EU on the 12th of April without a negotiated agreement.

Whilst the Government has conducted extensive preparations to ensure that the UK is prepared for all scenarios, the best outcome remains for the UK to leave the EU in an orderly fashion with a deal; this is the best way to secure certainty for businesses and citizens in the UK and the EU.

Department for Exiting the European Union.

Top 10 Constituency Signatories to the Petition

Constituency Signatures % of Total Signatures MP Party-Constituency
719 0.39% Stephen Metcalfe Conservative
South Basildon and East Thurrock
694 0.38% Gordon Henderson Conservative
Sittingbourne and Sheppey
672 0.37% Brendan Clarke-Smith Conservative
643 0.35% Dr Caroline Johnson Conservative
Sleaford and North Hykeham
639 0.35% Caroline Dinenage Conservative
625 0.34% Elizabeth Truss Conservative
South West Norfolk
622 0.34% Rebecca Harris Conservative
Castle Point
619 0.34% Nick Fletcher Conservative
Don Valley
614 0.34% Mr Mark Francois Conservative
Rayleigh and Wickford
608 0.33% Jackie Doyle-Price Conservative
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26,877 signatures - 15.0% of total

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MPs spoken contributions during 1 Apr 2019 petition debate

Independent Dr Julian Lewis (View contribution) 393 words
Labour Catherine McKinnell (View contribution) 6011 words Jenny Chapman 2389 words Neil Coyle (View contribution) 1132 words Martin Whitfield 967 words
Liberal Democrat Dr Sarah Wollaston 1341 words Chuka Umunna 1008 words Wera Hobhouse (View contribution) 673 words Heidi Allen 228 words
Scottish National Party Deidre Brock (View contribution) 1618 words Martyn Day (View contribution) 939 words
The Independent Group for Change Mr Chris Leslie 869 words Ann Coffey 720 words