Petitions closed by Gov
From the Government website:
Because of the General Election, the closing date for the petitions has changed. All petitions now have to close at 00:01am on 6 November. This is because Parliament will be dissolved, which means all parliamentary business – including petitions – will come to an end until after the election. This means the petitions site will be closed and people will not be able to start or sign petitions.
The petitions site will open again after the election, but at the moment we don’t know exactly when.
Hold a second referendum on EU membership.
The Brexit process has been a failure. At the end of two years, our ruling party is bitterly divided, the main opposition not a viable replacement for it, and the deal we have negotiated is almost universally opposed.
No one voted for this to happen
Whether you voted leave or remain, you didn’t vote for us to leave the EU in disarray, with no deal, putting many peoples livelihoods and living situations at risk.
Note that there is no lower age limit for signing petitions, so the under 18s can have a go even though they cannot vote. This is a good way for younger people to use their voice in matters which will affect us all.
(debated on 1st April 2019)