Over 1 Million Sign Petition For Referendum Rerun After Brexit Vote

More than a million people have signed an online petition calling for a rerun of the European Union referendum.

Pro-EU campaigners are demanding the government calls a second vote as they feel the result was unfair.

51.9% of voters democratically voted to leave the EU, and 48.1% voted to remain.

The petition description states; “We the undersigned call upon HM government to implement a rule that if the remain or leave vote is less than 60% based on a turnout less than 75%, there should be another referendum.”

The turnout for Thursday’s referendum was 72.2%, which is the highest turnout since the election in 1992.

A different petition is also calling for the London Mayor to declare London independent from the United Kingdom.

If a petition reaches 100,000 signatures, MP’s must consider holding a debate.
Over 1 Million Sign Petition For Referendum Rerun After Brexit Vote
David Cameron stated that there will be no second referendum.

Cameron Tweeted a few days ago that the referendum was a “once in a generation, once in a lifetime” decision, saying the UK had “referendums not neverendums”.

British voters took to social media to express their outrage at the lack of respect for a democratic vote.

Yesterday, a Rebel Media Journalist was attacked by self proclaimed ‘anti fascists’ after she wore a Union Jack hat.

The thugs, dressed in balaclavas and waving communist flags, surrounded the journalist after they attacked her.

Unfortunately for the people who signed the petition, a second referendum is virtually impossible.

Jean-Claude Juncker says he wants to begin negotiating UK’s departure from the EU immediately and there is no need to wait until October. (c) Breaking911 · Robert Walker


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