Commit to a referendum on the revised terms of our relationship with the EU
Why is this important?
During the referendum on Britain's EU membership, both sides argued with great passion and urgency over what the future would hold if Britain were to keep or discard its EU membership. Given that many disputed claims were made on both sides over the consequences and opportunities of Brexit, more important than the decision to leave the EU, is the decision over what relationship remains with the EU.
Knowing how consequential the new relationship with the EU will be for communities across Britain - in terms of trade access, rights to live and work on the continent, or which social consumer and environmental standards emerge at the end of Article 50 negotiations - we ask that these terms of this revised relationship be put to a majority vote of the British people.
To not seek the consent of the British people on the terms our revised relationship will undermine the democratic basis on which the Brexit vote was made, with far-reaching consequences for the future of our democratic practices and culture.