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Received Initial reports of speakers from @peoplesvote_uk

Nicola Sturgeon
Lord Michael Heseltine
Jess Phillips
David Lammy
Justine Greening
Dominic Grieve
Dr Phillip Lee
Anna Soubry
Vince Cable
Jo Swinson
Caroline Lucas
Ian Blackford

Dr Chaand Nagpaul, Chair of the British Medical Association, the trade union and professional body for all 150,000 doctors in the UK, and a GP from North London.
Joan Pons Laplana, a Spanish nurse from Yorkshire and until recently the British Journal of Nursings Nurse of the year. He is one of the 3 million EU citizens living in the UK who have been left in limbo by the Brexit process.
Dr Rachel Clarke, palliative care doctor, best-selling author and out spoken on the impact Brexit is already having on the NHS
Gwyneth Sweatman, the President of NUS Wales, representing all Welsh students and a 28 year old For our Future's Sake supporter who lives in Cardiff.
Harry McNeill, 24, who is currently OFOC's lead at Glasgow University
Pearse Smith, 18, an active member of OFOC Northern Ireland.
Ellie James, a 21 year old For our Future's Sake supporter from Newcastle and Labour activist.
Amanda Chetwnyd-Cowieson, 25, the co-founder of For our Future's Sake.
Rania Ramli, 20, the elected Chair of Labour Students, and supporter of For our Future's Sake from London.
Femi Oluwole, 29, Chief Spokesperson for Our Future Our Choice, from Darlington.
Lara Spirit, 22 from Chichester, a co-founder of Our Future Our Choice.
Other keynote speakers including surprise special guests will be announced in the next 24 hours.
At the front of the march will be people from all walks of life demanding a final say on Brexit.

They include:

A 96-year old World War Two veteran, Brigadier Stephen Goodall, who is travelling 200 miles by train from Devon
Twenty-four-year old Leon French from Doncaster: “I voted to Leave in 2016 and it is now completely clear to me we were given a blank cheque full of false promise”
Edmund Sides who is refusing to take the easy way to London. Instead, he is walking to the march from Swansea, a city that also voted for Brexit. He left Swansea on 7th March
So an interesting day to come I think many of us will not get as far as the speeches before they have finished. Let’s make it even bigger than last time. Looking forward to seeing you all there

#PutittoThePeople #FBPE #FinalSay
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