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Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union?
A majority of the UK's voters supported Brexit in the 2016 referendum.
The victory of the Leave side on the terms set out in the referendum legislation is not in doubt; there are no suspicions about vote rigging or any other activity which would render the result illegitimate.
The referendum had an high turnout of 72%. This is significantly higher than at all
since the 1990s and other
Ignoring the referendum reduces the democratic legitimacy of the UK political process.
now suggests public opinion has changed.
The people are not well informed enough to make such a decision - this choice should be left up to elected officials.
The party that ran on the basis of granting the EU Referendum lost its majority in the following general election.
Victory for the Leave campaign was only achieved because of misleading statements and undeliverable promises that were disingenuous.
should not be viewed as a sufficient mandate to fundamentally alter the United Kingdom's relationship with its closest neighbours.
The choice of the English people is against the choice of the people of
The referendum's legal status was only
meant to be advisory
The Brexit referendum was of questionable legitimacy.