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Nigel Farage's Explosive Debate With Andrew Adonis Over People's Vote

Nigel Farage's Explosive Debate With Andrew Adonis Over People's Vote

The argument is the fact that since the vote for the Brexit position of the British people has changed, as have become common knowledge numerous facts about the financial losses and the complexity of the separation process with the EU. Occasion organizers stated about seven hundred thousand members, stories "Bi-bi-si". "The people voted and this government will deliver on it".

More than 50 Islanders joined around 700,000 protestors who marched through London to demand a People's Vote on leaving the European Union.

With Britain's departure from the European Union-"Brexit"-scheduled to happen by March 29, and no replacement trade deal in sight, Britons are increasingly fearful of what a post-Brexit life might look like".

Harpenden for Europe organiser Philip Gaskell said: "Residents tell us they think Brexit is an utter disaster: they are angry at the way they are being let down by politicians and they are terrified of the consequences that a no-deal Brexit would bring for the economy and their children".

Receiving cheers from the crowds, he said: "There is no deal better than the one we have now: it is better for Britain and better for Europe".

At the rally in Parliament Square, videos of Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg were booed by protesters before Mayor of London Sadiq Khan took to the stage.

A British Union flag is held aloft during the march through London on Saturday
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May, the leader of Britain's Conservatives, has ruled out another public vote on the subject.

Iain McKie, former UKIP prospective parliamentary candidate for the Island, said: "I enthusiastically approve of people's right to attend peaceful demonstrations as long as they are consistent with the upholding of civil society and the democratic process". Titled Maidenhead And Me, the exhibition featured work by locals with different perspectives of the town. The Prime Minister refused to answer questions about the fate of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi and whether or not the United Kingdom would suspend arms sales to the Gulf state now it has confirmed Mr Khashoggi is dead.

Council leader Keith House added: "All evidence is that Brexit will cost jobs in all our communities, push up prices and hit hardest those people that have had the toughest time with forced austerity". Failing that it has said "all options are on the table" - including a second referendum.

Actor Andy Serkis is marching alongside thousands in central London, with his 14-year-old son Louis and wife Lorraine Ashbourne.

"That banner has nothing to do with our march and we do not endorse what has been said". "If there is a second referendum the people who voted for the first time in years will be disgusted and we will lose them to extremist parties".

Mr Khan told the crowd that the People's March was a "historic moment" and that it was "inspiring" to see so many young people protesting.




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