Brexit supporters have been ‘gently encouraged’ to accept the rule of law and allow parliament the right to unilaterally revoke Article 50, should it decide it’s in the best interests of the country.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that Parliament can unilaterally revoke Article 50 and retain the UK’s place inside the European Union, leaving all Brexit supporters having to get over it.
Remain campaigner, Simon Williams, told us, “The entire Brexit movement is really big on law and order and accepting results, so we have no doubts whatsoever that they will give a knowing nod at this result and simply get over it.
“I would imagine they are all quite please really, given that this decision is essentially Europe recognising the sovereignty of our parliament – something they’ve long been claiming doesn’t actually happen.
“I shouldn’t think 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, and it’s time to move on with their lives and let parliament get on with their sovereign duty.
“After all, when you lose, you’ve got to try and get over it. That is the only option available to the people who lose, as they have taught us all so well over the last couple of years.
“Of course, it’s possible that they might want to try and overthrow the sovereign rule of law in this country, but then we might find we get some new portmanteaus like ‘crying Brexitears’ and ‘throwing a Brexitantrum’.”
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