>vote for brexit>government stalls for 3 years>obvious they're attempting to subvert the will of the voters>elected official stops government from stalling>omg death of democracy
Now, we have a Prime Minister elected by a vastly unrepresentative (majority old, white and middle class) 0.1% of the population getting permission from an unelected monarch to suspend democracy for an unreasonably long time so he can push no deal through despite the majority of people and parliament having already shown their rejection of the idea.
Also, the referendum isn't the fucking "will of the voters", it was never legally binding and it's already been found that the Leave campaigns broke electoral law and manipulated voters leading up to the referendum.
It seems that no one can decide on a deal and that your government is just continuously trying to delay Brexit until they can get a government in that will just decide to take Brexit away. At least from an outsiders perspective, it feels like Johnson is telling Parliament to quit fucking around. After reading several articles they still have a window (a very very small one I see) to get a deal passed but that remainers just want to stall cause they don't want either a deal or no-deal.
If they didn't have to listen to the referendum why did Cameron leave? It's dishonest to say you'll have a vote on what the country wants and after it goes through say "Well I don't technically have to follow it so up yours." It just makes the vote look like an over-glorified polling.
At least these Tories are being honest about being a group of elite autocrats, but they don't really have a leg to stand on anymore when they call Corbyn a radical who wants to undermine our democracy.
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