Sir Patrick Stewart adds star power to Brexit referendum rally

Amr Armanazi far right and his sons Bisher second from left and Zayd second from right

Amr Armanazi far right and his sons Bisher second from left and Zayd second from right

Mr Stewart, a life-long Labour supporter, said Jeremy Corbyn was a "puzzle" and had a "question mark hanging over his head" over his opposition to a second referendum on the European Union and his sacking of pro-EU shadow cabinet members.

Mr Umunna urged the Labour Party "to be true to its values" and support the People's Vote campaign.

The new People's Vote campaign is launching with a rally in Camden, north London, on Sunday.

Pro remain voters in the crowd.

'And why? Because unity, common cause, wellbeing of society and debate were paramount to belief of this fictional character.

According to the BBC, the idea of the campaign is to unite anti-Brexit movements.

"That we shouldn't worry about the cost and complexity of it or the litany of broken promises".

The actor says his two iconic characters would be anti-Brexit, but Boris Johnson says we can live long and prosper outside the EU.

"Our country's future is at stake and we will not stand idly by". The organizers suggest that the 2016 referendum on Brexit should not be taken as final.

Conservative MP Anna Soubry said: "Us MPs made a decision that we would have a referendum". Since then, the people have been outside of the process. Tory Remainer Anna Soubry told the crowd in London that, whatever deal is done, "you and your grandchildren will be less prosperous than you are now". This is really serious stuff.

"Whether you think the government will negotiate a good deal or bad deal, Brexit is definitely a big deal", Open Britain's Executive Director James McGrory said in a statement.

"Also, this whole Punch and Judy, ultra-tribal kind of politics is over and Westminster hasn't caught up yet".

The survey, conducted by pollster Opinium Research for pro-EU campaign group Open Britain, saw 31% of respondents say they were opposed to a "people's vote", while 17% said they didn't know or had no opinion. "If the public demand a People's Vote, politicians will fall in line".

During a speech to the crowd, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas will say: 'We will be making the case in Parliament, but this is too big and too important to be determined exclusively by politicians.

It attracts collectively 9 grassroots marketing campaign teams in a joint effort for a vote. We are short on time, but we have people power on our side.

"These people just want to keep re-running the referendum until they get the answer they want. They would have voted Remain".

The Individuals's Vote marketing campaign is demanding the British public be given the ultimate say on the deal secured by Prime Minister Theresa May, slightly than MPs in Parliament.

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