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Parliament Votes To Reject Calls To Cancel Brexit

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Parliament Votes To Reject Calls To Cancel Brexit

Parliament Votes To Reject Calls To Cancel Brexit

According to a report by Business Insider, the House of Commons has voted to reject calls to revoke Article 50 and cancel Brexit after over 5.8 million people signed a petition calling for Britain&apos;s exit from the EU to be reversed.

Members of Parliament voted against a motion brought forward by the Scottish National Party to make revoking Article 50 the &apos;default&apos; position if the Commons fails to ratify a deal.

On Tuesday, May&apos;s government responded formally to reject the petition to revoke Article 50.

A spokesperson for the Department for Exiting the European Union said in a statement, &quot;Revoking Article 50, and thereby remaining in the European Union, would undermine both our democracy and the trust that millions of voters have placed in government.&quot; A spokesperson for Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn said on Wednesday that &quot;we don&apos;t support that outcome [of revoking Article 50].

We don&apos;t believe it&apos;s necessary.&quot;


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