It is a sad day for all democratic loving people. No matter what side you are on the brexit debate, we can all agree that we want to live in a democracy.
If you had made a prediction that the UK would take democracy out of the picture because it was too difficult to get something past the parliament, you would have been laughed at, today it happened. We live in strange times, very strange times.
Parliament could have stopped NO Deal Brexit multiple times, they need to be held accountable here, if we look at it from a EU point of view, Europeans believe that 20+ nations and millions of people are correct in agreeing to the WA, what makes the UK few special?
Based on numbers, it is not the Tory party who has voted down the WA, indeed the current PM in one of the votes did change his position and vote in favour, so when we talk about sad day whichever side you are on, I personally disagree, we are here because the Remain faction refused to vote for the WA.
If they had proposed something different to the government during the run up to Article 50 filing versus just trying to undo the vote, show who lied, did not lie, had questionable finances they might have given the government some constructive measures to take into the negotiation, after all TM (in my opinion) was a remain supporter who stacked her cabinet 50 / 50 ensuring grid lock, so if they accepted the vote and moved on, the UK might have been out for a year and now applying to get back in, who knows.
Will be interesting to see what they come up with now, because I think their plan is simply to get another extension and keep on extending until they believe the UK people get tired and say ok, let's remain.