Over 700000 people march in London

Over 700000 people march in London

Representational Pic In Britain, protesters seeking a referendum on the final Brexit deal attended a rally which organisers say was the biggest demonstration of its kind.

Theresa May visited an arts exhibition in her constituency of Maidenhead today while anti-Brexit protesters gathered for the People's Vote march.

The UK voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in 2016.

Meanwhile, Nigel Farage has spoken at a rally organised by Leave Means Leave at the Harrogate Convention Centre this afternoon. With a bill enacted late previous year, Parliament gave itself the right to hold a final vote on any Brexit deal before May can complete it.

However, People's Vote sources say there are a dozen more who are "on the doorstep" and a further 30 who are "reachable", though they will not name them.

The march in London on Saturday begins at midday in Park Lane, finishing in Parliament Square.

"And that's our message - get on with it, fulfill your promises to us, you said if we voted to leave it would happen, it needs to".

"If a People's Vote were granted the period until polling day would undoubtedly be yet another uncertain period for the market, but there would be those courageous speculators that would perceive this as green shoots in the market and buy in anticipation of an upturn in fortunes for London property" she believes.

Many people argue the protest is an affront to the referendum result.

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Celebrity cook Delia Smith and Dragons' Den businesswoman Deborah Meaden also spoke at the event.

Khan, who started the march, was among those to speak at Parliament Square, along with representatives from the main political parties.

Brendan Heading, a 39-year-old IT worker, said he was anxious the decision to leave the European Union would damage the economy and could lead to the break up of the United Kingdom.

Marchers weaved through London towards Westminster, with many young men and women who arrived from all over the country who had been too young to vote in the original EU Referendum but would like a say on how and whether the United Kingdom leaves the EU when the consequences become apparent to their generation and future ones.

Muriel, was who born in Belgium, but has lived here since she was 12 added: "The people are more informed now, we want the government to say we can't fix this, now let's have the people have their say two and a half years on from the vote".

In this period, the Best For Britain and People's Vote campaigns ran 177 ads, whereas the two largest pro-Brexit campaigns ran only three.

But with negotiations between London and Brussels deadlocked, it remains unclear what deal, if any, her government can deliver.

Campaign supporter Alastair Campbell, former Downing Street director of communications, said: "The Brexit that was promised, and the Brexit that was campaigned successfully for, doesn't exist".

We are demanding our democratic voice be heard on Brexit.

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