Whether you voted leave or remain, nobody voted to make this country worse off, to harm jobs, to damage the NHS, to affect the future of millions of young people, or to make this country more divided.
"We were told repeatedly by the government, by the opposition, by all of the people now demanding a second vote, that that was a final decision, that there'd never be another go".
"Scotland is looking at being taken out of the European Union against her will and I am very, very proud to say that when we know what the Brexit deal looks like, we will support a People's Vote that includes the option to Remain".
The People's Vote March demonstration surprised authorities and organisers with its size, which London's municipal police force had estimated beforehand to be up to 100,000 people, Xinhua reported. "We will not walk away and we will take responsibility for this mess with a People's Vote". Stand up for your values and march with us for a People's Vote tomorrow.
Protesters told of virtual gridlock on the streets of London as they called for a final say on Brexit.
Other famous faces included TV presenter Richard Bacon, entrepreneur and Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden, comedian Jenny Eclair and Holby City actors Catherine Russell and Hugh Quarshie.
Sadiq Khan, mayor of London, will also speak at the march.
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"The evidence suggests about a third of those that voted remain now say we're democrats and think the government should simply get on with it", Farage said, according to the BBC. No one voted to leave the European Union to make themselves poorer.
Serkis said: "The will of the people is now, it's people expressing their points of view in a more informed state".
That, remember, was almost two whole years after the people had made their decision to Leave in the Brexit referendum.
They claim that many people would have voted differently had they known the true costs involved in the split after 40 years of European Union membership.
The protest, which was the biggest since the anti-Iraq war protest 15 years ago, was led by young voters, and had support from celebrity speakers and a number of MPs who support a new vote despite Theresa May ruling the idea out.
"The People now need to...be given a vote on the Brexit deal". She said that "today is about coming together and wanting to have the right, the democratic right, the moral right to say what happens to our future now we know what the true options are".
Mrs Smith claims political leaders have made a "dog's dinner" out of Brexit.
Receiving cheers from the crowds, he said: "There is no deal better than the one we have now: it is better for Britain and better for Europe". If the Remainers couldn't win democratically, then they instead they'd do so through the back door.