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Brexit protesters reveal what they would say to Theresa May

Independent Sunday, 24 March 2019
'Do better,' demonstrator says in note to beleaguered leader
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News video: SNP’s Blackford heckled by pro-Brexit protesters

SNP’s Blackford heckled by pro-Brexit protesters 02:03

Brexit protesters heckled and verbally abused SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford as reporters tried to interview him outside the Cabinet Office this afternoon. Mr Blackford earlier spoke to Theresa May’s de facto deputy David Lidington along with other party leaders to discuss a way forward and...

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