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UK Remainers plan huge march, possible referendum in run-up to Brexit

British campaigners and Members of Parliament opposed to the country's imminent withdrawal from the European Union, which many believe would take place in a disorderly manner, are planning a huge march and a possible referendum to stop the divorce days before the official deadline at the end of March.

The Observer newspaper said on Sunday that hundreds of thousands could turn up at the march in central London on March 23, which is aimed to protest government plans for leaving the EU either on terms of a controversial deal, which is yet to gain Parliament’s approval, or without an agreement, a move that could unleash huge economic uncertainties.

The march is mainly aimed at persuading members of the parliament to endorse the idea that they should only back Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal if it is put to a final vote of the British people, or in other words a new referendum three years after the June 2016 vote that triggered the divorce.

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