People's Vote March: Kent protestors to join thousands in London


More than 100,000 are expected to attend.

The campaign for another vote has the support of politicians from all parties, including Labour Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, Tory MP Anna Soubry and Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable.

Campaigners from Southampton for Europe will join Dorset for Europe.

London mayor Sadiq Khan is also said to be in support of the event.

They have pledged that they will not "let the Government get away with a bad deal" and are demanding that the public are given another chance to vote in the form of a second referendum.

'Both these scenarios are a million miles from what was promised.

The Commons Procedure Committee published the letter
The Commons Procedure Committee published the letter

"No one voted to make themselves poorer, to damage our NHS or to put jobs at risk and as this reality comes to light, people have changed their minds".

"As Mayor of London, I am proud to welcome everyone joining the March for the Future and to add my voice to the calls for a public vote".

The demonstration will start on Park Lane with the end at Parliament Square.

Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said: "By trying to deny MPs a meaningful vote on their Brexit deal May and Raab have blundered into turning this issue into a fundamental question of parliamentary sovereignty and democracy in our country". Beaconsfield's Dominic Grieve for instance - the former Attorney General - is quoted as saying "If you think the future of our country matters and that we should prevent a very bad outcome. please participate in the People's Vote march".

Tomorrow is the People's Vote rally in Central London, and it's so important that even MPs are urging people to attend.

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