Re: rule by decree
In this case I almost agree that parliament should pretty much waive the leave from europe through on the grounds the people voted to leave.
Er, no. The population voted in an advisory referendum to leave the EU. There was nothing about the precise terms of what "leaving" should mean, and since the vote was announced we have had bugger-all in terms of a clear vision and plan for what this move should actually entail. In fact we have had utter melt-down in the Labour opposition and the appointment of Ms May to the Conservatives as the least-worst choice, and that takes some biscuit for sure.
As such it is perfectly right and proper that the current government should present the details to parliament for approval before acting. The fact the don't like/want to do so shows both the arrogance of the prime minister and the utter lack of a coherent plan.