A group calling for a vote on a final deal for Brexit are heading to Arnold on Saturday (2) to urge them to get behind the campaign.
Campaigners for a People’s Vote will be taking to the streets of the town to encourage people to write to their MPs asking them to let voters decide what should happen next over Brexit.
Members of the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire People’s Vote Campaign say the government has lost control of the process and Parliament cannot agree on a way forward, so the only sensible option is to go back and consult voters.
One of the group’s founding members, Susan Martin, said: “Tuesday’s votes in Parliament show the government is still no further forward, is wasting time and is dragging the negotiations out in a very irresponsible way.
“The deal will leave us poorer, less safe and with less control. It’s time to let the people decide with a People’s Vote.”
The campaigners will set up their stall and be handing out leaflets and postcards in Front Street opposite the Market from 11am onwards.
As well as in Nottingham, events are taking place all over the country, with thousands of activists and supporters involved. Street stalls will be set up in towns and cities the length and breadth of the country.