EU supporters, calling on the government to give Britons a vote on the final Brexit deal, participate in the 'People's Vote' march in central London, Britain June 23, 2018. (REUTERS/Henry Nicholls)
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Thousands of demonstrators gathered in London on Saturday to call for a second vote on Britain's departure from the European Union.The anti-Brexit campaigners are to march on parliament to mark the second anniversary of the Brexit vote, demanding a "people's vote" on whether to approve the final deal Prime Minister Theresa May strikes with the EU, if an agreement is struck at all. However, aviation giant Airbus warned on Friday it could pull out of Britain if it leaves the EU without a deal, while carmaker BMW also warned that uncertainty was affecting the investment climate.The march against Brexit is part of a "summer of action" planned by campaign groups to put pressure on political leaders to hold a vote on the final deal.
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