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Richard Corbett Mar 25
Over one million people and some great banners and. placards: see my photos from the march:
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Rula Jebreal Mar 29
John Curtice, the UK's most widely respected polling guru, proclaims Brexit is no longer the "will of the people.” Remain 55% Leave 35% Britain Remains a “Remain Country.”
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Jarlath Regan Mar 24
It’s okay to change your mind three years later or three minutes later, when new information comes to light.
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Ms. Liz Webster🔶🌿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🇪🇺 Mar 28
67k left to 6M. Keep it up! RT. Nag everyone to sign this!
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Richard Mar 25
Replying to @Pembs4EU @SCrabbPembs
Absolutely. People voted for Norway, Canada, single market access, customs union, no deal, Switzerland, end free movement, 350m NHS etc, the one thing that nobody voted for was May's deal. They couldn't possibly have. It would be utterly undemocratic to not
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Ms. Liz Webster🔶🌿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿🇬🇧🇪🇺 Mar 28
If Theresa May bolted on a confirmatory referendum to her deal it would pass. Instead she decides to apply another blindfold to MPs to make it a double blind pin the tail on the donkey Brexit. Bonkers
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Wera Hobhouse MP 🔶 Mar 27
On Saturday, over 1m people marched in London to demand the final say on any Brexit deal. Over 5.8m people have signed the petition to revoke A50. I will support a Brexit deal so long as it is contingent on a People's Vote. This must be the super option.
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Elizabeth Lloyd Mar 27
Scottish Parliament votes to endorse revoking article 50, if there is not a referendum with remain as an option, and the UK faces leaving the EU with No Deal.
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Lithgae Apr 2
I’m really, really desperate for a vote, any vote, on my future, some smidgeon that democracy exists. All we’re seeing is two self centred parties determined to stop us having any choice in anything. After almost 3 years of £600m wasted per week on Brexit .
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Claire Hart Mar 24
Reflecting on a wonderful day at the march yesterday. Added bonus to spot some of the people who have kept me sane through all this like in person in the crowds, just a shame not to spot too!
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Melinda Salisbury Mar 24
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Michael Hallek Mar 24
To our dear British friends: welcome back in the European Union. Your children and grandchildren will thank you for your wisdom, if you decide to remain.
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JO #FBPE #Facciamorete Mar 24
Great to see the local press covering the folk who, proudly carrying the Yorkshire rose flags, local group banners & placards, travelled to the look out for more coverage too.
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David C. Codling Apr 5
Replying to @DavidLammy
Gives us time for a second chance
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Kathy Lette Mar 27
Just like Cameron, May makes a mess then offers to flit off into the Pimms-soaked sunset? If politicians can change their minds + have a second vote, then why can't we?
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Helen Rushby - #FBProEU PeoplesVote Mar 27
Replying to @jessphillips
Please vote for us to stay in EU and as anything else will result is us being poorer and a divided broken country for many years
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Patricia Martin Mar 26
Replying to @AngusMacNeilSNP
Is it a good bar? If so ask for a recommendation...
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Open Britain Wallingford #FBPE #PeoplesVote Apr 1
Thank you for voting for all four options. Obviously we prefer to , but we appreciate your positive attempts at a solution.
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Luke Cooper Mar 24
The biggest impact that Saturday’s demonstration had was on the rest of Europe and the EU-27. It is not normal, esp in recent years, for people to mobilise on this scale for the EU. It pulls at heart strings in Brussels. This matters for the diplomacy ahead
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Glenn Bradley Mar 24
5 million + Please, spread the message, every signature counts. Whether council, general election, we vote: again & again: that democracy.
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