“No Brexit, Please!”: Remoaners BEG EU Negotiating Chief To STOP Brexit
The EU’s Brexit coordinator, Guy Verhofstadt, was your weekend swamped by comments urging him to block the UK from leaving the EU, after a controversial appearance on the Andrew Marr show.
Talking yesterday on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show, Mr Verhofstadt called the decision in 2016 to leave the EU “stupid” and suggested that there would be a “crisis period in British politics” of Parliament votes down the Brexit deal, potentially bringing down Mrs May’s government.
He then took to Twitter to ask his followers what they thought, saying: “I discussed Brexit today with Andrew Marr from the BBC One.
“We must mitigate the negative consequences of it and build a close relationship.
“Citizens shouldn’t pay the price. But first we must know what it is that the British Government wants!
“What do you think would be best? Great to have your thoughts.”
Across Twitter and Facebook, he recieved huge numbers of comments begging him to stop Brexit.
Michael Rees commented: “There is a large number of people in the UK who still want to be part of the EU. Please don’t forget us.”
Anna Schiffer said: “No Brexit, please! We have no idea about or crazy, ignorant Government either.
“They are stubborn ideologues who are hostages of a few extremists and several newspaper proprietors.”
Antony Norris replied “What the vast majority of us want is to remain in the EU, or at the very least, as a full EEA member, but at the worst to retain our EU citizenship, preferably at no charge, as it is being snatched away from us along with out human rights.
“Please help us. Only 17 million of a population of 65 million voted for Brexit.
“The referendum was only advisory. The constitutional requirements of the UK were not met in proceeding with Article 50.”
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