“You lost, get over it” Brexiters told outside Parliament

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Brexit supporters have been ‘gently encouraged’ to accept the rule of law and accept that parliament will now get to vote on the terms of the Brexit deal negotiated by the government.

After MPs voted 309 to 305 in favour of an amendment that will see Parliament given a vote on the terms of any deal negotiated by David Davis and his team, Brexit supporters have been told to ‘get over it’.

Remain campaigner, Simon Williams, told us, “The entire Brexit movement is really big on accepting results of extremely close votes, so we have no doubts whatsoever that they will give a knowing nod at this result and simply move on.

“I shouldn’t imagine there’ll be a single dissenting voice to be heard anywhere in their ranks, as they all tell each other that they lost fair and square, our sovereign parliament has spoken, and it’s time to move on with their lives.

“After all, when you lose, you’ve got to try and get over it. That is the only viable option available to losers, as they have taught us all so well over the last year or so.

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Others have suggested that any upset Brexiters might be looking to go against the will of our sovereign parliament in order to get their way and have a Brexit deal agreed without parliamentary approval.

Williams concluded, “Well, it’s entirely possible they might want to try and overthrow the democratic rule of law to get their own way, but then we might find we get some new portmanteaus like ‘crying Brexitears’ and ‘throwing a Brexitantrum’.”

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