LONDON – Thousands of Britons broke out on the streets of Central London on Saturday for a "referendum march" calling for the government to call a new referendum on Britain's exit from the European Union.
At 3pm, organizers The rally attracted more than 600,000 people, according to the website of the event, The Independent March for the Future, a grassroots grassroots campaign by groups such as Britain for Europe, Scientists for the EU, Our The Future of Our Election and Wales For Europe & InFacts
Mayor Sadiq Khan was one of those who was to deal with the march that was to end in Parliament Square. The organizers expected the protest to be the biggest of its kind, with about 1
"We have observed the chaos in the Cabinet and the unrest in the negotiations with horror and foreboding, none of us voted for a bad deal or a deal that would ruin our economy and we do not accept both If the Brexit agreement is rejected by Parliament, we, the British people, should have the democratic right to determine our own future, so we call for a vote on the final Brexit deal. "
BBC showed crowds of people weaving their way through the streets.
Protesters carried signs with slogans such as "Brexit: ugly word, ugly idea."
Andrew Adonis, a Labor member of the House of Lords, said on Saturday "that voters will neither forgive nor be forgotten," as lawmakers allow "to have the last word of this miserable Brexit without people."  The British voted in a referendum in 2016 to leave the trading bloc by a narrow majority. Prime Minister Theresa May has ruled out another public vote on this issue.
Britain will leave the Union on 29 March, but the negotiations have been plagued by disagreements, in particular on the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, Ireland, which after the process known as Brexit is the only land border between the United Kingdom and the European Union Union will be.
There are growing fears that a no-deal exit could take place that could lead to chaos at the borders and in the economy.  wife. Mai said at a summit meeting in Brussels last week that she would consider a longer transition period after Brexit – one that Britain could hold more than two years after leaving the European Union's rules and obligations. Pro Brexit politicians in Britain saw it as an attempt to bind the country indefinitely to the bloc.
With ongoing discussions, the enthusiasm that a deal could be closed seems to be dwindling soon, and hope in Britain is so few fear that things could become "gruesome."
Some Britons, who fear the worst in March, have decided to stockpile and are known as the country's "Brexit preppers".
Photos from the talks in Brussels hinted at Britain's increasing isolation in the talks. A widespread picture in the social media showed that the leaders of France, Germany and Luxembourg paused from the negotiations while sitting at a long table with beer, wine and French fries – but the British Prime Minister was absent ,
Angela Merkel from Germany was quoted as a reporter after the summit meeting: "Where there is a will there should be a way, and we agreed that if enough progress has been made, we will see each other again, but right now not clear when such a meeting can take place. "
With the weight of a no-deal outcome, which appears to be on the English: emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 157 & lg = en emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 157 & lang = DE In the other 27 member states of the European Union, Ms Merkel, President Emmanuel Macron from France and Prime Minister Xavier Bettel from Luxembourg repaired on Wednesday in a brasserie in the Grand Palace in Brussels. Merkel wiped a question about how the talks went: "Please, it's a wonderful evening."
"Let's not mess with it!" She said according to CNN affiliate N1.
Mr Bettel, he offered a silly but cryptic quote: "Believe me, even though we are politicians, we are also human," he said, according to CNN.
"Human relationships are sometimes very important, so we could discuss the issues we have today and tomorrow and have a debriefing yesterday, and that was good," he said.