People's Vote March: Kent protestors to join thousands in London

The European Commission member in charge of Brexit negotiations Michel Barnier

The European Commission member in charge of Brexit negotiations Michel Barnier

Grassroots campaign group People's Vote UK, said: "This Government has failed on Brexit: there is no mandate for its vehicle crash proposal or for a disastrous no-deal Brexit".

Opposition parties have said they will seek to amend the motion that presents Theresa May's Brexit deal for approval, in a bid to soften it or force a second referendum on European Union membership.

It also has cross-party political support and has been backed by a number of MPs.

They have pledged that they will not "let the Government get away with a bad deal" and are demanding that the public are given another chance to vote in the form of a second referendum.

The current plan is for a transition period of 21 months to smooth the path from Brexit to the United Kingdom and EU's future permanent relationship.

Mail on Sunday columnist Peter Hitchens debated Labour's Lord Adonis about the People's Vote and blasted it as a dishonest name.

"The Government is taking us towards either a bad Brexit deal or - worse still - no deal at all".

"On June, more than 100,000 people from all walks of life marched on Parliament to demand their democratic voice is heard", organisers wrote.

He added that the demonstrators "just need to accept they lost".

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The protest will congregate at Park Lane from midday on Saturday (20 October).

About 30 of the coaches had been sponsored by people including Years & Years singer Olly Alexander, writer Armando Iannucci and football manager Alan Pardew. Others are also on their way from Devon and Cornwall, Northern Ireland and Wales.

Mr Khan is one of the speakers who will address protesters at the event and said he is "proud" to host the march in his city.

Chef Delia Smith and Dragon's Den's Deborah Meaden are expected to head up the march.

The march will be led by young people who feel their voices "were ignored" during the first referendum, the group said.

Carmen Smith, a For our Future's Sake supporter from Wales, who will be speaking at the event, said: "The biggest problems are still to be negotiated, numerous consequences are still being concealed and, if we carry on like this, the arguments will never end".

It follows a march in London in June, on the second anniversary of the Brexit vote.

Tomorrow is the People's Vote rally in Central London, and it's so important that even MPs are urging people to attend.

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