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Site down as 700k sign no Brexit petition

SBS Thursday, 21 March 2019
The British parliament website crashed regularly as hundreds of thousands of people rushed to sign a petition calling for the government to revoke Brexit.
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News video: Petition to cancel Brexit most popular ever

Petition to cancel Brexit most popular ever 00:26

An online petition urging the Government to cancel Brexit becomes the most popular to be submitted to the Parliament website with more than 4,150,000 signatures.

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