SUNDERLAND, England – With Britain’s departure from the European Union liable to be positioned on defend, some Brexit supporters concern their dream is dying.
Laborious-core Brexiteers led by former U.Okay. Independence Event chief Nigel Farage are setting out on a two-week “Go away Means Go away” march between northern England and London, accusing politicians of “betraying the necessity of the mom and father.”
It’s attributable to complete at Parliament on March 29, the day the U.Okay. was imagined to depart.
Protesters plan to set out Saturday from Sunderland, which is 270 miles (434 kilometers) north of London that voted by 61-39 p.c in 2016 to depart the EU.
Almost three years later, U.Okay. lawmakers defend deadlocked over the federal authorities’s Brexit deal. Parliament voted this week to hunt to delay Britain’s departure until on the very least June 30.