Campaigners demand ‘people’s’ Brexit vote

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Media caption“The campaign for the people’s poll is plainly soliciting a chance to consider the terms of divorce”

MPs, notorieties and business leaders have propelled awareness-raising campaigns announcing for a public voting time the final Brexit batch between the UK and the European Union.

The People’s Vote drive aims to unite anti-Brexit radicals, with a mobilize being held in Camden, in London on Sunday.

Actor Sir Patrick Stewart, who backs the campaign, used to say if beings voted to reject the outlet transaction, the UK would “simply stay” in the EU.

Both the Conservatives and Labour have ruled out a second referendum.

Britain voted to leave the EU by 51.9% to 48.1% in June 2016.

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