But both Leave.EU and Banks have both previously been great defenders of Parliament being the sovereign and ultimate decision-maker.
The campaign but out at a statement in November 2015 that read:
“Vote to leave the EU to ensure law-making power returns to our sovereign national parliament.”
While Banks commented in May this year:
“If parliament is sovereign we can either do a brilliant job or awful depending on who we elect. It’s called Democracy.”
5. David T. C. Davies
One Conservative MP, recently of ‘dental checks for child refugee’ fame, suggested the move to give his colleagues a vote was taking away power from the people.
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