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On the 19th October 2019 we travelled from Cheshire on trains coaches and automobiles for a #PeopleVoteMarch to demand a chance to have a say on this #brexitshambles which threatens our jobs, our families, our rights and freedoms /thread

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We had a little song song on the way to pass the time on the road #singingtoremain
We assembled before joining the march. As we walked through the streets of our capital city we were cheered and smiled at and given the thumbs up. #FinalSay
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We all know Johnson isn't a bumbling idiot. He's devoid of morals and unceasingly devious. And this is now a very dangerous moment, through combination of several main factors:
1) Johnson has quietly dumped old Leave referendum lies and fantasies. Instead: simple new slogan of "just getting Brexit done". No accountability for all those broken promises/false expectations. But he's just as dishonest as ever: this self-inflicted misery=still in its infancy
2) to capitalise on "just get it done" narrative, Johnson has pulled contrick of "great new deal". It's just May's old Withdrawal Agreement, but with EU's original NI-only backstop instead, though with NI in worse-off position because has to run two customs regimes simultaneously
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Today we joined other groups from Berkshire & the rest of Britain (as well as some from further afield) for the #FinalSayForAll march.
It was brilliant - the weather was good, the atmosphere was amazing, the speeches at the end were memorable.
#StopBrexitMarch #PeoplesVoteMarch
Assembling at the start of the march.
A lot of time must have gone into making this pub sign placard.
#borisjohnson #PeoplesVoteMarch #lyingcock #stopbrexit
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We'll be live tweeting from BBC Any Questions for the next hour or so.
It's been a busy week on the Brexit front, so it promises to be interesting.
Panel includes:
@Andrew_Adonis @Juergen_Maier @JennyChapman & Wokingham MP @johnredwood
#bbcaq #anyquestions
The question on everyone's lips with #brexit "was this really what you envisaged you were going to get"
Once again they say there was a very strong instruction to Parliament - the minority was a tiny percentage - this can't be seen as a strong instruction.
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I am not a bystander.

As an elected Member of Parliament it is my responsibility, on behalf of my constituents, to do everything possible to secure a bright future for our country - brimming with opportunity, jobs & prosperity.
But by the Govt’s own assessments (let alone the many independent reports/inquiries from @CommonsHomeAffs @CommonsHealth etc) Brexit will take us in the wrong direction.

We will see economic growth contract, unemployment & poverty increase. The gap between rich and poor widen.
The Chequers deal doesn’t deliver what people were promised when they voted for Brexit.

The proponents of Brexit still won’t publish what their Brexit would look like (while they snipe from the sidelines).
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