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Revoke Article 50 petition calling for Brexit to be cancelled becomes most popular in Parliament website's history

Independent Saturday, 23 March 2019
Second most popular is 2016 petition calling for second EU referendum if winning vote did not reach 60 per cent threshold
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News video: Petition calling for Theresa May to cancel Brexit reaches three million signatures

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A petition calling on the government to halt the Brexit process has passed 3,000,000 signatures. The Revoke Article 50 petition is now the second most popular to be submitted to the Parliament website with the highest rate of sign-ups on record, according to the official Petitions Committee.

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