House of Lords

113 Lords view for second referendum!

113 Lords have taken the undemocratic view that we keep asking until the voters give us the answer that we want.

Well, that is what it looks like.

2 Tory Peers, 22 Labour and 89 Liberal Democrats, have voted for a second referendum before the UK can leave the European Union.

Fortunalty they lost, but what would happen in they could just keep calling elections until they are happy with the result?

Altmann, Baroness
Wheatcroft, Baroness

Butler of Brockwell, Lord
Clancarty, Earl
Freyberg, Lord
Haskins, Lord
Hastings of Scarisbrick, Lord
Kidron, Baroness
Krebs, Lord
Low of Dalston, Lord
Rees of Ludlow, Lord
Sandwich, Earl
Somerset, Duke
Stern of Brentford, Lord
Warner, Lord

Bach, Lord
Bakewell, Baroness
Cashman, Lord
Corston, Baroness
Crawley, Baroness
Davies of Stamford, Lord
Faulkner of Worcester, Lord
Foulkes of Cumnock, Lord
Giddens, Lord
Hain, Lord
Irvine of Lairg, Lord
Judd, Lord
Kennedy of The Shaws, Baroness
Kinnock of Holyhead, Baroness
Liddle, Lord
Lipsey, Lord
Morgan, Lord
Morris of Handsworth, Lord
Rooker, Lord
Royall of Blaisdon, Baroness
Tomlinson, Lord
Watts, Lord

Addington, Lord
Allan of Hallam, Lord
Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon, Lord
Bakewell of Hardington Mandeville, Baroness
Barker, Baroness
Beith, Lord
Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury, Baroness
Bowles of Berkhamsted, Baroness
Bradshaw, Lord
Brinton, Baroness
Bruce of Bennachie, Lord
Burnett, Lord
Burt of Solihull, Baroness
Campbell of Pittenweem, Lord
Chidgey, Lord
Clement-Jones, Lord
Cotter, Lord
Dholakia, Lord
Doocey, Baroness
Fearn, Lord
Featherstone, Baroness
Foster of Bath, Lord
Fox, Lord
Garden of Frognal, Baroness
German, Lord
Goddard of Stockport, Lord
Grender, Baroness
Hamwee, Baroness
Harris of Richmond, Baroness
Humphreys, Baroness
Hussain, Lord
Janke, Baroness
Jolly, Baroness
Jones of Cheltenham, Lord
Kirkwood of Kirkhope, Lord
Kramer, Baroness
Lester of Herne Hill, Lord
Ludford, Baroness
Macdonald of River Glaven, Lord
Maclennan of Rogart, Lord
Maddock, Baroness
Marks of Henley-on-Thames, Lord
McNally, Lord
Miller of Chilthorne Domer, Baroness
Newby, Lord
Northover, Baroness
Oates, Lord
Paddick, Lord
Palmer of Childs Hill, Lord
Parminter, Baroness
Pinnock, Baroness
Purvis of Tweed, Lord
Randerson, Baroness
Razzall, Lord
Redesdale, Lord
Rennard, Lord
Roberts of Llandudno, Lord
Rodgers of Quarry Bank, Lord
Scott of Needham Market, Baroness
Scriven, Lord
Sharkey, Lord
Sheehan, Baroness
Shipley, Lord
Shutt of Greetland, Lord
Steel of Aikwood, Lord
Stephen, Lord
Stoneham of Droxford, Lord
Storey, Lord
Strasburger, Lord
Stunell, Lord
Suttie, Baroness
Taverne, Lord
Taylor of Goss Moor, Lord
Teverson, Lord
Thomas of Gresford, Lord
Thomas of Winchester, Baroness
Thornhill, Baroness
Thurso, Viscount
Tope, Lord
Tyler of Enfield, Baroness
Tyler, Lord
Vallance of Tummel, Lord
Verjee, Lord
Wallace of Saltaire, Lord
Wallace of Tankerness, Lord
Walmsley, Baroness
Watson of Richmond, Lord
Willis of Knaresborough, Lord
Wrigglesworth, Lord

Elis-Thomas, Lord
Oakeshott of Seagrove Bay, Lord
Smith of Finsbury, Lord
Tonge, Baroness
Wigley, Lord

Thankfully, they lost.

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  1. The Lib Dems should stop calling themselves “Democrats” because, clearly, they are not.

    If they were true democrats they would accept the result. I didn’t have much regard for Cameron but I give him credit for accepting the result and not seeking to gainsay it like Farron is.

    My own view of the referendum is that the Lord was showing great mercy to this nation in sparing us from a possible situation in few years time whereby we would have been so enmeshed in the EU we wouldn’t have been allowed to leave. (Rather like the Southern States in 1861).

    • You are too right.

      Speaking of parties what are badly named, I hear David Cameron a few months ago talking about ISIS and he called it, “the so-called Islamic state.” He then went on to talk about the fact that ISIS is opposed to, “our liberal conservative… something,” I guess if they have a liberal world view, his party could have been called, ‘the so-called conservative party.’

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