Re: "No, No, No. Let me resign..."
Your reading comprehension is beyond abominable.
Is it up to them? I thought we voted for MEP's, it was one of those claims of democracy.
Regardless of whether one's elected democratically into a council or parliament (and through whatever method, FPTP, PR or Preference Voting) anyone in that assemblage can have their personal opinion on whether to like or dislike a particular member, considering him or her worthy of a seat or not, and wanting that member to stay or leave. And I doubt there's much love lost between MEPs with BRemain leanings and Nigel Ravage. I do doubt that quite strongly.
The promised referendum which will be carried out once the result is in should be carried out.
You had your referendum already, and I gathered the BRexiters didn't want another one.
I dont know who your MP is.
I already mentioned that I am not directly affected by BRexit, but to help you grasp what I mean by that: I am neither an UK resident nor an UK citizen, and ergo I do not have a "my MP".
If he is a man of principle then he is right to wait there until we actually leave the EU
One may take that view, yes. Another is that he's involved in, and paid by, an organisation he despises, an attitude one may well call hypocritical and dishonest.