Cancel Brexit Petition: Over 3 Million Signatures In 48 Hours

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A different petition was launched on the Parliament website in January by British expat businessman James Langdon-Davies, calling for all British citizens to be allowed to vote, wherever they live, should there be a new referendum on Brexit.

If that were to happen, May would be replaced by an interim prime minister. More than 100 lawmakers have put their name to the amendment, put forward by Conservative former minister Oliver Letwin.

With May humiliated and weakened, ministers insisted she and the British government were still in charge of the country, and that the best option was still for parliament to ratify May's twice-defeated Brexit divorce deal.

Theresa May ruled out halting the Brexit process when in Brussels on Thursday, telling reporters: "I do not believe that we should be revoking article 50". May went to her usual church service near her Chequers country residence on Sunday with her husband. "Changing Prime Minister wouldn't help us, changing the party in government wouldn't help us". A Downing Street spokesperson did not address rumors about May's future.

The embattled leader wrote to lawmakers Friday night saying she would bring the bill back to Parliament "if it appears that there is sufficient support".

Britain's opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn, left, talks with deputy leader Tom Watson, during the start of the party's annual conference in Liverpool, England, September 23, 2018.

On Sunday, Chancellor Philip Hammond told Sky News's Sophy Ridge a second referendum was a "perfectly coherent position" which "deserves to be considered along with the other proposals". "The problem is that we as a nation have to decide how to deliver Brexit".

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Protesters are gathering in central London before what is expected to be a massive march in favor of a second Brexit referendum. An Ipsos MORI poll released this past week shows that 86 percent of Britons are dissatisfied with her leadership. "If she wants her deal to stay alive, the People's Vote is the way to do it". "There was a vote".

Conservative Dominic Grieve said: "The vote last week was not a serious vote, it was always apparent when it was moved that there were large numbers of MPs who might support it who didn't think it was the right moment to take place, so I don't think one should make a judgement on its viability like that". "At least it will have been an informed decision". Brexit supporters say a second referendum would trigger a major constitutional crisis.

The march has gained significance against a backdrop of turmoil in the UK's Brexit negotiations and strategy. She has until the end of next week to secure an agreement, after winning an extension from European Union leaders.

However, the extension would only be granted until April 12 if MPs vote down the deal for the third time.

Drafting the instrument is complicated by the fact ministers still don't know what day the United Kingdom will leave the EU.

Nearly 4,000 people across Louth and Horncastle have signed a petition calling for the Government to revoke Article 50 and stop Brexit.

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