A MARCH in London at the weekend calling for a referendum on the Brexit deal was branded the People’s Vote.

But we already had a people's vote. It was in June 2016 and 17.4 million people voted to leave the EU. 

On Saturday, a few hundred thousand people turned up.

There should not be any doubt about implementing the wish of the majority.

A second Referendum should not even be considered. Why would we want to remain when all the EU seems to have done is make things as awkward as possible and simply stick the boot in just because Britain chooses to go it alone. 

Only this week the US confirmed that as soon as we leave the EU they will begin trade talks – and I am sure that many more will follow.

It is time for us to look forward not back and move on.

L M Jackson, Blackburn

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