TO GET A REFERENDUM ON THE BREXIT TERMS
(or about any important public
WE MUST LOUDLY DEMAND A REFERENDUM!
We people of the UK have NO right to
obtain a national referendum on demand. Until this
deficit of our democracy has been removed by effective
reform, as in feudal times we must beg our politicians
to allow us a ballot on an important matter of state
such as "brexit".
Formally, only Parliament can enable a
referendum by passing a special law. So, to promote
proposals for a referendum on the brexit terms, we must
contact and try to persuade our own constituency MPs in
addition to lobbying government and trying to raise
broad public support.
Every small action can help, for instance
and spread this e-mail appeal in social media and to all
*Electorate should decide BUT only Parliament can
grant a referendum on #brexit deal. See worked out bill
in HoC http://bit.ly/2kWEnoq
To support or reject this contact your MP http://bit.ly/2cqHTlG
, promote your viewpoint widely!!
Referendum on the Brexit
"deal", proposal in Parliament
Updated 19 Feb 2018**
of Withdrawal from EU (Referendum) Bill
A proposal presented in the House of Commons
by Geraint Davies MP
Referendum on the Brexit "deal"
Hold a referendum on the Brexit
"deal", the negotiated terms for leaving the EU. This is
the aim of a bill put forward by MPs in Parliament.
Plenty of time is left to think it over, to debate and
If you wish to reject or support this
proposal then you should contact your MP and also if
possible promote your point of view widely, https://www.theyworkforyou.com/mps/
In this bill the "terms" or "deal" for
leaving the EU are called the "exit package".
**In Parliament the Next Event
will be the second "Reading" of the bill on 23 February
On the proposed ballot paper will appear two
choices, only one of these may be marked with a cross,
Support the Government’s proposed
exit package (ed. and leave the EU).
Remain a member of the European
see background at
England is a
Constitutional Monarchy, with adversarial politics and
Constitutional law like other law can be made and
changed by a majority of one vote in the UK parliament.
We propose that a bill be introduced to enable some
"tools" of direct democracy, such as the citizens' veto
and the citizen launched referendum. See more via http://www.iniref.org/control+election2017.html