Stoker67
It is now obviously apparent that may will never go for no deal . How can the citizens of the UK force her out ?? 
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Jon Farrow
The electorate need to send a firm message of discontent to the incumbent LibLabCon Parliamentary Alliance through the local council elections; People need to vote for Pro-Brexit Party candidates or independents and destroy the standing parties at the ballot box. Hopefully this would send a message through local branches that a change of leadership / direction is required down in Westminster. We will get our Brexit somehow but it may take a bit longer than first hoped.
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Pete Jamieson
As the next general election isn't until May 2022 , the only way to send a democratic message to the Tory/Labour/Lib Dem  anti-Brexit pact is what Jon has suggested. The key thing is to use your right to vote and don't vote for any of the pack members. Not voting in local elections is a cop-out and it plays straight into the hands of the remainers. Needless to say not voting in a general election  under the circumstances is negligent.  It seems as things stand, that unless there is a sudden change within our despot parliament , we will be leaving with either a soft Brexit or not leaving at all.   Remainer May will never go for another referendum as she's not stupid enough to risk the outcome for leave topping the 17.4 million mark.  
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Stoker67
The Mays have a vested interest in retaining links with the eu on account of the position of Mr May supplying the new eu armed forces . Much more difficult to do from out with the eu, this is in direct conflict with the interest of the country's economy which would thrive much faster and better with a clean break. 
That said surely Mrs May must be forced to step down from the negotiations and be replaced by a patriotic individual who only has the country's interest at heart, can we not appeal to her majesty to intervene on behalf of her subjects. 
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Carol
Sadly I do not think the Queen is allowed to intervene in government these days.
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dazatastic
Legal challenge
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Pete Jamieson
It's a nice thought that The Queen could get involved, but in reality, she can't .. The Royals are nothing more than a UK public relations company these days and have no clout in Westminster.  The problem with legal challenges against the government are the vast sums of cash that would need to be found to get the right legal team together and the risk of loosing . There are no George Soros characters that are on the side of Brexit.  All the wealthy elites are against Brexit. If you could get the government into court they would drag out the case for several years. I think we all need to accept that we're being stitched up over Brexit and there's nothing we can do right now. Our only opportunity is at the next general election .  
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Stoker67
If may was summoned to Buckingham palace and it might be suggested that she listen to the queens subjects and leave .
Because I believe eurocrats ultimately would remove all monarchies as a threat to their own authority, or at the very least dismantle their authority piece by piece .
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