Closed petition Vote on a motion acknowledging that the 2016 referendum was respected in full.

In 2016 the British people voted to leave the EU. Parliament acted on the result, invoking Article 50 and then negotiating to shape our future relationship with the EU and the rest of the world, in detail.

Britain now has the right to decide whether to proceed, having seen the negotiated outcome.

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It is a fundamental principle of British democracy that today's Parliament cannot vote to bind future Parliaments' decisions.

It is anathema to British democracy, to claim that our decisions in 2019 are bound by the 2016 referendum, even regardless of the illegality and misinformation which tainted that result.

Parliament should unequivocally declare that the 2016 referendum has been respected and implemented and no longer binds our future decisions.

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