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700 thousand people participate in anti-Brexit march demanding second referendum

Most of the protesters are teenagers who don’t want the country to exit from European Union
10:10, 21 October 2018

Sky News

700 thousand protesters walked through London demanding to hold the second referendum on the exit of the UK from the EU, Sky News report.  

‘Organisers said 700,000 people marched in the capital's gridlocked streets on Saturday, with some protesters saying the march had turned into more of a shuffle,’ reads the message.  

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Politics, including the Mayor of London, and celebrities, in particular, anchors and actor Andy Serkis from ‘Lord of The Rings’ gave their speech in front of the protesters.  

Reportedly, UK Prime Minister Theresa May excluded the possibility of such a referendum.  

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As it was reported earlier, President of the European Council Donald Tusk claimed based on the results of an informal summit of the leaders of the EU countries that the plan suggested by the UK won’t work out. He is sure that the proposed structure of the economic interaction won’t work because it can undermine the united market.  

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As is known, on June 23, 2016, the British voted for exiting the EU. 52% of the voters voted positively, 42% were against. It was noted that PM Theresa May would take the negotiations on Brexit under her own control. 

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