Freedom of Choice and the Democratic Right to Change Our Minds

The choices facing Great Britain are not being accurately presented to the public.
Brexit is not inevitable. It is still legally reversible.
Parliament has not yet decided to withdraw from the EU.
A Vote on the Deal could be given to the People.

“‘The binary choice which faced the electorate in the referendum’ is every bit as important now… And it is a dereliction of your public duty to issue editorial guidance to the contrary”.

From Andrew Adonis on Twitter: “My letter to Lord Hall, BBC director-general, asking him to withdraw BBC’s editorial guidance that it is ‘no longer reporting on the binary choice’ for/against Brexit. Parliament hasn’t yet decided whether we are leaving EU next March & this remains massive issue of public debate.”

2 comments on “Freedom of Choice and the Democratic Right to Change Our Minds

  1. PJR says:

    Thank you, Pete.

    Like

  2. beetleypete says:

    Shared on Twitter. x

    Liked by 1 person

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