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Over 5 Million Sign Petition To Cancel Brexit

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Over 5 Million Sign Petition To Cancel Brexit

Over 5 Million Sign Petition To Cancel Brexit

Business Insider reports over 5 million people have signed an online petition demanding the UK government cancels Brexit.

The petition urges Theresa May's government to keep the UK in the European Union by revoking Article 50.

This is reportedly the most-supported online petition in UK history.

The petition is backed by London mayor Sadiq Khan, Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon, and several Members of Parliament.

EU leaders have agreed the UK will leave on May 22nd if MPs vote for May's deal.

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