‘Democracy is a process, not a day. A country can change its mind’, says Alastair Campbell

Alastair Campbell has argued that Brexit can still be stopped, as ‘democracy is a process, not a day’.

‘The country voted to leave the EU  amid a fog of lies and misinformation, and with a lack of real debate about the real consequences, and as the negotiations unfold, both the chaos and the cost stand at odds with what the country was led to believe would happen’.

‘Democracy is a process, not a day. A country can vote. A country can change its mind’.

‘If a decision taken in one timeframe and one set of circumstances turns out to deliver the opposite of what was promised, MPs who believe that have a duty to say so, and fight for a better alternative, just as anyone else has a right to keep campaigning for a better alternative’.

100 word news by The Hooting Times.

Full story here: http://bit.ly/2eLYmAp

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  1. The ppl were asked to vote…. Having an referendum would result in leave or stay. I would state my bottom dollar, the result would of still been the same. The UK HAS A PROBLEM…. EUROPEAN UNION! IMMIGRATION! WE WANT OUR OWN LAWS AND BESIDES HEATH BETRAYED US…. BY SAYIN, The British are not clever enough to govern ourselves. We will see.

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