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The Government has a strange notion about the validity of the Referendum in which such a large proportion of people gave the very slim majority to the Leave decision by being misled by a deliberate lie.

This is intolerable to those who respect British justice.

The liars who perverted the course of justice should be imprisoned for perjury and the decision which resulted should be declared invalid and void.

The validity of the resulting perverted Referendum is the assumption on which this Government is faulty and ungrounded.

We face a situation not unlike that of the Partition of India which was a manipulation by Churchill behind the scenes creating stooges out of the apparent players on the scene.

Who's pulling the strings behind the Brexit bomb?

The Government has responded to the petition you signed – “Pay £350m per week to NHS or re-run EU Referendum”.

Government responded:

The country voted to leave the European Union in a referendum approved by an Act of Parliament.

We will not seek to retain partial or associate membership of the European Union by remaining members of the Single Market. Instead, we will pursue a new strategic partnership with the EU, including an ambitious and comprehensive Free Trade Agreement and a new customs agreement. We will get the best deal for the UK, and will continue to support our NHS.

The Government has committed to spend an additional £10bn a year by 2020 to ensure the NHS continues to deliver care to those who need it and to deliver a truly 7 day service.

The Government is focused on securing the best possible deal for the United Kingdom as we leave the European Union. Once we have left it will be for us to decide how taxpayers' money is spent. We have been clear that, once we leave the EU, we will not be required to pay vast contributions to the EU budget.

The country voted to leave the European Union, and it is the duty of the Government to make sure we do just that. We will not be seeking to retain membership of the Single Market. Instead, we see a bold and ambitious Free Trade Agreement with the European Union, covering tariff and barrier-free trade in goods and services, as offering the fullest possible access to the European market for UK companies.

Department for Exiting the European Union

Click this link to view the response online:

The Petitions Committee will take a look at this petition and its response. They can press the government for action and gather evidence. If this petition reaches 100,000 signatures, the Committee will consider it for a debate.

The Committee is made up of 11 MPs, from political parties in government and in opposition. It is entirely independent of the Government. Find out more about the Committee:

The Petitions team
UK Government and Parliament

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