With over half a million people arriving in London today from all over the country, and even ex pats worried about their future arriving from Europe, The People’s Vote March was the biggest march the country has seen since the lead up to the Iraq War.
The People’s Vote campaign argue that Britain did not vote for a bad deal or devastating no deal and that neither are inevitable. Though Theresa May is so far ruling out a People’s Vote.
If Theresa May cannot make a Brexit deal work and the outcome of negotiations is rejected by Parliament, then, the People’s Vote campaign argues, the people of Britain should have the democratic right to vote on the final Brexit deal when it becomes clear what that entails for the UK.
These are some of the other reasons people gave for marching – daubed on some of the best placards from the hundreds of thousands that thronged towards Westminster:
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