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Debates
Wednesday, 9 October 2019 - Brussels Revised edition

One-minute speeches on matters of political importance (debate)
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  Antony Hook (Renew). – Mr President, I have important economic news. Between now and Saturday, 19 October 2019, sales of walking shoes are rocketing, because on that day in London will be a people’s march to demand a people’s vote – from Park Lane to Parliament Square – for the majority who want to stop Brexit.

Some Brexiteers want Britain to sleepwalk into a no-deal Brexit. They confuse with lies, they use money from hedge funds, the values of Trump and Twitter bots in Russia, but we are wide-awake, full of hope and free from fear.

We will not let Brexit wreck our economy, damage our NHS or pollute our environment. We will not let Johnson or Farage tell their lies again, because on 19 October, we march for our children’s future.

(Applause)

 
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