Government rejects Brexit petition to revoke article 50 signed by 5.8 million people

MPs will debate the petition but government says stopping Brexit would ‘break promises’

The British government has rejected a petition calling for Brexit to be stopped, which gathered more than 5.8 million signatures.

The petition is due to be debated by MPs on 1 April, after breaking the 100,000 threshold for consideration and becoming the best-supported proposal in the history of the House of Commons and government’s e-petitions website.

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