I am talking about this petition: Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU.
It's got 2.5 million signatures in two days, way more than necessary to be considered for a debate in the parliament.
But what can be politically achieved by such a petition at this point? Is it the necessary support that strenghtens the position of the Remainers MPs? Or it is too little, too late to realistically do anything about Brexit three weeks before it's due?
[Edit: I've just read that April, 12 is the new March, 29. But it still feels like very little time to turn back the tide.]