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Hundreds of thousands of Brits expected to march in London calling for People’s Vote on Brexit

Saturday - 20/10/2018 11:06
“Life can be hard,” the video, which has already been viewed 180,000 times since it was published on Thursday, says. “Sometimes people don’t deliver what they promised.
A ROUSING video calls on Brits to say “I’m as angry as hell” and demand a People’s Vote as confusion rages over Brexit.
A ROUSING video calls on Brits to say “I’m as angry as hell” and demand a People’s Vote as confusion rages over Brexit.

WITH royal fever hitting Australian shores, there is no doubt that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s visit has done wonders for “brand Britain”.

The couple have been melting hearts across the country with their cute hand holding, royal fan hugging and passionate speeches about mental health. Shockingly, they have even managed to turn red-blooded republicans into reluctant royalist.

But while Harry and Megs get ready for Saturday night’s Invictus Games opening ceremony in Sydney, hundreds of thousands of Britons are preparing to descend on London for the People’s March which is being billed as the UK’s largest anti-Brexit demonstration.

In the lead-up to Saturday’s march, a rousing video, published by anti-Brexit organisation Best For Britain, is calling on Brits to say, “I’m as angry as hell” and demand a People’s Vote as confusion intensifies over what Brexit will actually mean for ordinary people.

A screen shot from anti-Brexit group Best For Britain’s video that was posted on social media on Thursday just days ahead of the People’s March through London.
A screen shot from anti-Brexit group Best For Britain’s video that was posted on social media on Thursday just days ahead of the People’s March through London.Source:istock

After satirising the stereotypical characteristics of the average Brit, the video — which has been viewed 180,000 times — whips up a slice of rage, reminding those who want to remain in the European Union they are “lions” who need to “speak up” and demand a final say on the Brexit deal which appears to be tearing the country apart.

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