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More and more politicians are calling for another vote and recent polls show some 40 percent of the population supports it but reactions are very different in Brexit-voting areas. On a recent weekend, pro-EU volunteers fanned out in the center of Solihull, a town in central England that voted 56 percent for Brexit in 2016, four points higher than the national result.Solihull is an affluent town of 200,000 people that has benefited from the car industry, one of the sectors that is most concerned about Brexit because of international supply chains.Philip Beyer, a local coordinator for the People's Vote campaign in Solihull, said he had already bought his train tickets for the protest in the capital on Oct. 20 some five months before Britain is due to leave the bloc on March 29, 2019 .
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