The only way to resolve the situation is to allow the country to leave the EU on 29 March as voted for in the June, 2016 referendum. That will satisfy the will of the majority who voted to leave. If parliament does not accept that referendum result as binding then how could it possibly accept a second one as being so? Another referendum would cause utter chaos.
There have already been a few scuffles outside of Westminster these past few days. I suspect that if the leave vote is not implemented then we are going to see scenes that will make recent troubles on the streets of Paris look like a teddy bears picnic. If that happens then parliament is wholly to blame for renageing on the people's majority vote.
Fred, the referendum had nothing to do with politics but there are many MPs who are trying to make it so. If they can not accept the results of referendums then referendums should be abolished.
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