... it never has been. An interesting view by Revd. Adrian Low, Emeritus Professor of Computing Education at Staffordshire University
An excellent explanation of the difference between referendums and elections and how democracy works.
In September, Professor AC Grayling wrote to the Prime Minister, outlining the weaknesses of her Brexit policy. The professor received a nice detailed reply to which he responded
This quick guide to ECHR always makes me smile: inspired by the classic Monty Python sketch it asks ‘what has the European Convention on Human Rights ever done for us?’
A closed Facebook group for the 48 percent of people who opposed Brexit and the consequences that will come as a result of it.
Professor Michael Dougan, the leading EU lawyer whose criticism of the referendum campaign’s “industrial dishonesty” went viral, has assessed the UK’s position following the vote to leave the EU.
One comment: Yeah, facts... who wants facts when you can have nationalism?
The government cannot trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty - beginning formal exit negotiations with the EU - on its own. The government is appealing [against the decision], with a further hearing expected next month.
Letter by Professor AC Grayling to all 650 MPs urging Parliament to debate EU referendum outcome