The popular No Deal Brexit petition is calling upon the British government to depart from the European Union without a deal, and refuse to pay the £39 billion blackmail fee for simply leaving.
The almost 325,000-strong petition titled “Leave the EU without a deal in March 2019.” has gained nationwide support in all four corners of the United Kingdom. The No Deal Brexit petition was created by Michael Rudkin.
The No Deal Brexit petition reads:
“We are wasting Billions of pounds of taxpayers money trying to negotiate in a short space of time. Leaving the EU in March 2019 will allow the UK good time to negotiate more efficiently. The EU will be more eager to accept a deal on our terms having lost a major partner.”
“We will save billions of pounds from our EU divorce payment as well as a similar amount from Civil Service and Govt costs. This money will be used to support our own country whilst we await the EU to talk to us to make deals more in our favour. The EU border in Ireland to be managed simply by having a dual Euro / pound currency as legal tender in both the North and South. Exports to the South would be dealt with in Euro and vice versa when importing to the North. Rates fixed at time of the deal.”
Petitions only need 100,000 signatures for parliamentary debate, as the No Deal Brexit petition has surged past 300,000 no one can deny that the British public are once again telling the political establishment that they want to take back control. Parliament is set to debate the prospect of leaving the European Union without a deal on the 14th of January 2019.
Interestingly, when we look at support for a second referendum on the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union via the official UK government petitions site there is one titled “To have a second referendum on Britain leaving the EU”, which stands at a meagre 3,361 signatures. Compared to the No Deal Brexit petition that is nothing.
The second referendum petition reads:
“It’s no secret that a vast amount of people who voted to leave the EU didn’t realise what they were voting for.”
“The Leave campaign said that leaving would create new trade deals, strengthen the economy and public services and reduce the number of incoming immigrants. But this is not happening.”
“Theresa May has really struggled so far in Brexit negotiations and time is running out. She’s failing to secure trade deals and my personal biggest fear is the Irish Border, this could lead to a United Ireland.”
“May has lost support not only from the Cabinet but the whole nation. I’m calling for a second referendum, because if you voted to remain or to leave we need a final say. The Brexit decision was so tight and I just think that it help everyone if there was a second vote. Sign if you agree.”
Strangely, the government will only respond to petitions that have at least 10,000 signatures. The second referendum petition has not even accumulated 4,000 signatures and according to the UK government they will also debate this petition on the very same day as the No Deal Brexit petition.
The British people are fed up with the mainstream political and media establishment pumping out complete lies about a No Deal Brexit. Anti-Brexit Football commentator, Gary Lineker took to Twitter to tweet a complete lie churned out by the pro-EU establishment, he used a fake NHS image to indicate that some patients would not receive their medication.
Remoaner Gary Lineker typed a caption above the fake news: “Maybe, just maybe, it’s time for a rethink, before time runs out.”
The Department of Health and Social Care replied to Lineker’s ill-thought-out tweet by in turn tweeting:
“GaryLineker – This is not an official NHS leaflet. People should trust advice from official NHS sources. We are confident that if everyone does what they need to do, medical supplies will be uninterrupted and patients will get their prescriptions as normal”
The British people had a simple choice in the referendum; Remain a member of the European Union, or leave the European Union. The United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union with the largest mandate ever recorded in British electoral history. Remainer’s try to tell you what a complete failure Brexit has been, but it’s an irrelevant argument, because the UK has not even left the EU yet.
I await our so-called “mother of parliaments” verdict on a No Deal Brexit with great foreboding, they have refused to enact the will of 17.4 million people that voted for Brexit. So, are they likely to listen to 324,748 people? We shall see.
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