The Brexit Bill has to go through without the Lords' amendments – if MPs don't like it, they should never have agreed to a referendum

Should MPs and peers vote through the Brexit Bill and drop the thoughtful and valuable amendments the Lords attached to it?

Yes is the answer to that, and for a very simple reason: Parliament and all the political parties, for that matter, long since transferred “sovereignty” (about which there is so much argument and misunderstanding) from themselves to the people.

That is, in effect, what the Referendum Bill did, it is what was said by virtually every politician on all sides of the debate, it was in at least some of the propaganda, and it was clearly understood by the people

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