MPs might have wrestled control of the Brexit process away from Theresa May, but they didn't manage to break the Brexit impasse after failing to find a Commons majority for any of the eight Brexit options that had been presented.
The eight options included a second referendum, a no-deal Brexit, a customs union, revoking Article 50, and membership of the European Economic Area (EEA).
13. Another Independent Group member, Chuka Umunna, argued, in the absence of People’s Vote, to revoke Article 50.
In a passionate speech in the Commons, he said:
The younger people in our area, in our borough, which is one of the youngest in the country will not ever forgive this parliament if it seeks to impose this disaster on them.
More that two million of them have become entitled to vote since that 2016 poll and we know that an overwhelming majority of them want to say on this process and an overwhelming majority of them want to keep the current deal and its privileges that older generations of this country have enjoyed for years.
If we are on a cliff edge we haven’t got that People’s Vote then of course we must do what is in motion L and revoke Article 50 because nobody, no one in this House has a mandate to destroy people’s jobs and livelihoods.
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