After months of planning, a group of anti-Brexiters will this weekend demand the UK gets a second referendum.
The campaign, which according to The Telegraph, has already raised £1 million, is a combination of political figures from across the spectrum and existing anti-Brexit groups.
According to The Telegraph: “MPs from all three major political parties, including Anna Soubry, a Tory, and Chuka Umunna, from Labour, will join forces with anti-Brexit campaigners to demand the chance to remain – branded The People’s Vote.”
Bid to stop Brexit: Remainers to launch £1m campaign to keep the UK in Europehttps://t.co/RxcFxswRmr
— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) 12 April 2018
“Richard Reed, a businessman and the vice-president of the National Union of Students, is also expected to speak at a rally in central London to launch the campaign on Sunday.”
You know what is really annoying? Soubry and Amuna think they know better than the majority of us.
— Alan T (@Alantburn) 12 April 2018
Logo and poster
It’s not yet clear what the million has been spent on – with various reports claiming the group will be hoping to stage rallies across the UK, target swing voters with adds, and launch their posters and logo which are ‘ready to go.’
It’s not yet been announced where these rallies will take place or what they will consist of – with sources close to the movement claiming it will ”change the whole UK-EU debate for good.”