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Twelve anti-Brexit rallies

Twelve massive rallies were held across the country yesterday, aimed at stopping Brexit. I didn't go, not wanting to get myself into a state, but thousands of people apparently turned out. I first heard about it on Tuesday, going down Whitehall on my way back from the Pink Floyd exhibition: I was handed a flag and a leaflet. From what I see on social media, the protests were huge. Up and down the country, the public mood is turning against Brexit. For my part, I'm now quite certain that, sooner or later, this embarrassing farce will come to a crashing end and we'll re-enter the EU. Given the inherent contradictions of Brexit, that is more or less inevitable. The mainstream media outlets didn't cover these protests because they wanted to avoid accusations of anti-Brexit bias, but there are lots more to come. Sentiment opposing Brexit is growing; pretty soon it will be impossible to ignore, and it won't stop until the stupidity of last year is reversed.

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