The decision that the public made on the 23rd June must be respected, despite I and many others believing that it was the wrong outcome. However, the vote was not a blank check for the government to play politics with people’s jobs, wages, and livelihoods. While Theresa May says we will not be getting a ‘running commentary’, Parliament must be kept in the loop and hold the government to account over the course of Article 50 negotiations. Ultimately, no deal should be signed until Parliament has given consent for it to be implemented. 48% of people voted remain, and their voices cannot be silenced. The public voted to take back control, and take back control Parliament must do.
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