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Parliament takes axe to 2nd EU referendum petition

graeme leggett

"“The sight of educated men and women trying to overturn a national referendum with an online petition is pathetic beyond belief,” wrote Chris Snowdon of the Institute for Economic Affairs"

That would be the free market, neo-liberal think tank Institute for Economic Affairs once described as "one of the three least transparent think tanks in the UK in relation to funding"

Though as it's Director General has formerly been chief press spokesman for the Liberal Democrats and the Pro Euro Conservative Party god knows what's going on.

I suggest it's more useful to see what David Allen Green , a legal writer has to say on things, such as reminding us the referendum is not legally binding or this on Article 50

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