The figures were in: 700,000 people had walked the streets of London in a demand for a second EU referendum, a so-called People’s Vote. Numbers matter when you’re marching. The bigger the better... Anorak - Published
Andrew Kay is joined in the studio by Mark Walker and they discuss the recent People’s Vote march and whether it has any mileage in changing legislation in Parliament regarding a second.. The Latest - Published
Thousands of people have filled the streets of London calling for a referendum on the final Brexit deal. People's Vote organisers say will be the "biggest, loudest and most important" demonstration of..
David Lammy speaks at the People's Vote march in Liverpool, calling for a public say on the final Brexit deal. The MP for Tottenham added: "When we have that People's Vote let us ensure that the option..
There’s really only one explanation for the Peoples’ March today in London – an advertising of personal virtue. For absolutely nothing else will be achieved at all, that time and money has been.. Anorak - Published
I felt compelled to join yesterday’s People’s Vote march due to the chaotic negotiations. Obviously, clothes are not the focus ahead of the future of Britain but, for me, clothes are always a.. MailOnline - Published
People's Vote March for the Future is also supported by well-known people including Sir Patrick Stewart, Delia Smith and Patrick Kielty Gloucester Citizen - Published Also reported by •Gloucestershire Echo •Stroud Life
The People’s Vote March was walking for another referendum – this one intended to upset the result of the EU referendum. On June 23, 2016, 17.4 million voted for Britain to end its membership of.. Anorak - Published
Thousands of anti-Brexit campaigners are expected to descend on central London today on the second anniversary of the referendum.
The People's Vote march is due to start at 12pm today, as tens of.. City A.M. - Published