European Union supporters march in London to call for Brexit deal referendum

Brexit news- Nigel Farage and Ken Clarke

Brexit news- Nigel Farage and Ken Clarke

The Guardian estimates that 100,000 showed up at today's rallies.

"The other problem is that we have a Labour leader who is pro-Brexit because he wants to nationalize everything, so we don't have a strong voice from the opposition", Mark said, referring to the Labour head, Jeremy Corbyn.

On June 23, 2016, 17 million 410 thousand 742 Britons made a decision to leave the community block and, despite numerous meetings between the representatives of both parties, there are still outstanding issues of great importance as the border with Ireland.

Protests at Trafalgar Square.

But Edwin Morgan, director of policy at the Institute of Directors, said: "Business leaders have every right to speak up about their needs and concerns as we approach incredibly significant negotiations for the future of this country. We voted for Brexit".

Sounding the alarm two years after the Brexit vote, the European Banking Authority told City banks they needed to "rapidly advance" their planning for a hard Brexit - potentially putting the Bank of England at odds with the EU's top regulator.

During a visit to Dublin on Monday, Lagarde said that "in the near-term, it is critical to ensure that regulatory and supervisory capacities are prepared for the influx of financial firms that will eventually move to continental Europe - and Ireland - from where they are at the moment".

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Meanwhile, Foreign Secretary Mr Johnson said people would not tolerate a "bog roll Brexit" that was "soft, yielding and seemingly infinitely long".

The survey finds that European businesses support a post-Brexit deal that keeps trade relations as close as possible to the existing conditions, and three quarters say the EU should also make concessions to the United Kingdom to secure a functioning trading relationship.

He suggested instead getting closer to European states to work out what a "realistic, pragmatic Brexit is, which works for both sides".

"We are seriously considering whether we should continue that development or we should find alternate solutions", Williams said about plans to manufacture airplane wings in Britain.

Rather than a second Brexit referendum, campaigners were calling for a "people's vote", to approve the final deal Prime Minister Theresa May makes with the EU. "In a competitive world, any kind of movement of goods, which would suffer any form of tariff, would clearly mean they would have to review very carefully whether they could really afford the cost of those terms".

The CEO of NHS Providers praised Prime Minister Theresa May for proposing to provide £20billion more for the NHS, which the Prime Minister said would come partly from the money saved by stopping payments to the European Union after withdrawing.

"Parliament is fiddling at the margins while the country slowly burns", he is expected to warn as he calls on the Government to vote on the deal, or no deal, with the option of staying in the EU.

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