Brexit and the ‘People’s Vote’

Brexit and the ‘People’s Vote’

Around 700 thousand people marched through London in October 2018 calling for a ‘People’s Vote’ on the final Brexit deal between the UK and the EU. But what are the chances of it actually happening? And even if it did, would the UK still end up leaving the EU?  With Clare PreceyAlan Finlayson and Pierre Bocquillon. Featuring interviews with Anna Soubry and Bob Geldoff. The reporters were Sophie Wiggins and Aaron McMillan. Politics at the Edge is produced by the University of East Anglia and is supported by the UEA’s Engagement and Innovation Fund. 

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