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Fourth march demanding second referendum descends on capital on October 19

Tuesday 1st October 2019
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According to rebel Tory Dominic Grieve, who has been vociferous in preventing the no deal Brexit that his prime minister refuses to rule out, is now making loud noises at the Tory Party conference that there is enough cross-party support among MPs to have a second referendum.

In fact, a fourth march in favour of this objective is due to descend on the capital on October 19, and it appears that MPs across the political spectrum will be out in force to support it.

Mr Grieve explained, ““There is probably a majority in the House of Commons now to deliver it, which is fantastic,” Grieve told the Conservatives for a People’s Vote campaign.

However, it seems that without the support of Jeremy Corbyn, it could all come to nothing.

The leader of the labour party has been accused many times of sitting on the fence regarding Brexit and at times his policies have seemed in as much disarray as the Tories.

Grieve is asking that he acts in the national interest and instead of going for a snap general election, which the ex Attorney General believes he won’t win, he should support A People’s Vote to test the temperature of the electorate.

The argument against a second vote on Brexit has always been that it would cause chaos and rioting in the streets because Leavers, in particular, would feel that their democratic voice had not been heard.

However, it has been the judgement among remainers for some months now, that with greater knowledge of the issues at stake, many citizens would be eager to change their vote at the ballot box and potentially forget Article 50 altogether.

The so-called, ‘Let Us Be Heard’ march, is expected to attract more demonstrators than ever before, because the Halloween deadline is so imminent and it is no coincidence that it coincides with the date that the Benn Act, designed to prevent a no deal Brexit, should also take effect.

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