Bid to beat Brexit

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epa05396816 People protest outside Westminster as they protest against the result of the 23 June EU referendum, in London, Britain, 28 June 2016. In the referendum, 51.9 percent voted to leave the European Union (EU). EPA/SEAN DEMPSEY +++(c) dpa - Bildfunk+++

PRO-EUROPEANS in the UK are moving against the Brexit referendum, while senior politicians around the continent have stated that the Leave vote is ‘irreversible’.
Sir Richard Branson has urged politicians to re-think whether Britain should leave the European Union, despite the results of the referendum.
“The decision over the UK’s future was based on false promises that pushed a minority of the UK’s total voting population (17 million out of 46 million) to vote the way it did,” he wrote.

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