Brexit supporters urge Theresa May to walk away without European Union trade deal

Brexit supporters urge Theresa May to walk away without European Union trade deal

The anti-Brexit campaigners marched on parliament to mark the second anniversary of the Brexit referendum, demanding a "people's vote" on whether to approve the final deal Prime Minister Theresa May strikes with the European Union, if an agreement is struck at all. Today marks two years since a June 23, 2016 referendum resulted in a decision to quit the 28-nation EU.

People packed the streets in what was the biggest anti-Brexit march yet proving the growing anger over the government's handling of the UK's exit from the EU.

Theresa May is facing pressure from all corners after pro-Brexit and pro-EU business leaders wrote to her each urging progress in their separate visions for a trade deal.

A number of major businesses, including banks and auto makers, have said that a failure to reach free-trade agreement could disastrous for them.

Nearly two-thirds of Britons believe they should have a final say on the Brexit deal, according to a poll published this week, although it is still unclear what would happen the government's deal were rejected.

An EU memorandum said: 'All persons who need recognition of their professional qualifications with a view to access a regulated profession are reminded of legal repercussions.

"And not a done deal", the People's Vote campaign said ahead of the march in central London.

But organisers of the People's Vote march expect tens of thousands of people to show their support for a referendum on the final Brexit outcome.

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In an editorial in the Sun tabloid this weekend, Britain's foreign secretary Boris Johnson warned May that those who voted for Brexit "don't want some bog-roll Brexit - soft, yielding and seemingly infinitely long" he said, deploying British slang for toilet paper.

Crowds arrive in Parliament Square in central London, during the People's Vote march for a second European Union referendum, in central London, Saturday June 23, 2018.

"The more that we undermine Theresa May, the more likely we are to end up with 'a fudge, ' which would be an absolute disaster for everyone", he told the BBC. 17 million voted for Brexit.

"Brexit is not a done deal".

"We didn't know about the cost of the divorce bill, about the fact that we'd have less not more revenue for the NHS, we didn't know about the Irish frontier problem".

Marchers will descend on Parliament Square, where speakers will include Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable, Tory former minister Anna Soubry, Labour's David Lammy and Green co-leader Caroline Lucas.

Brexiteers in Theresa May's government have warned they would be taking an uncompromising approach to European Union withdrawal as thousands marched in London yesterday in protest at Brexit.

Under WTO rules Britain would not have a preferential trade relationship with the U.S. and tariffs would be applied to all United Kingdom exports.

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