What do we want? People’s vote. When do we
want it? Now. This is normal people just saying what we’re
doing now is not right. And we need to go back to the people and do it again. Excuse me, lost my beloved. We have got even the ones who voted to leave, this what we’ve got now, is not what they voted for either. It’s the far-right of those people who are
getting what they want. A few people, with the loudest voices. Y-M-C-A Stop Brexit. What do we want? People’s vote. When do we
want it? Now. I wonder if this can translate into a majority
in a second referendum. We’re surrounded by people who think the way we do but there’s
a lot of people in Britain who aren’t here, there’s a lot of people not signing that petition. I’m snowed under. Do you think any of them
are taking the consideration? The work I’ve got to do after they’ve all gone home. No.
Not one of them has come up and went ‘thank you for doing a good job mate’. I don’t want
no appreciation, a little handshake every now and then. ‘Cheers mate, I appreciate your
hard work’. Don’t get nothing off of them. So why should I vote for them? So would you back a second referendum then? Yeah, just to see how it turns out. If it don’t turn out then, you know, chuck them
back in the deep end. Can I have two please? – Two, what colours?
– I don’t know, give me pink and orange. How is business today mate?
Not the best, a lot of old people not interested in making a noise. Too civilised. It wasn’t, the blame that’s been put on the
EU is actually misplaced and should have been put on our government and all the governments,
the previous governments. They have all neglected the north, they’ve neglected the NHS, they’ve
neglected education. I understand their anger, I am from the north and I would say put that
blame where the blame is, which is our own government, not the EU. Infact the EU have
done more to protect our nation than our own government. There’s new kinds of party and it’s time people
woke up and realised just what’s going wrong in our society. Because in ten, 15, 20 years on we’ll
all be saying ‘why didn’t we do something about it?’. And we’ll have to do the whole
Blair, Brown thing all over again. A description of how everyone feels about
most things these days, I think. So it’s not just Brexit.
Not just Brexit. Certainty is overrated. I fall on the side of lets not go, but I think
that the whole process and every side of it has been spoiled by people being too sure
and not listening to anyone else. What’s going on? Well that’s a very good question
mate, if I had the answer to that I wouldn’t have to come on this March would I? If I knew
what was happening. Nobody knows what’s happening, that’s why we’re here.
I don’t support a people’s vote, I think it would be divisive. I would prefer, rather
than have a referendum, that we have a people’s assembly. So that we can debate the issues,
we can all have our voices heard and come to a decision through deliberation. Rather
than a one-day winner takes all referendum because what we need to get out of this is
some kind of consensus, and the people’s assembly would start the process of bringing people
back together again. I think one of the genuine problems is I don’t
know how you carry a referendum that isn’t one or the other. Yet it feels like that’s
what we need, it feels like we need the people who want to come out as quickly as possible
deserve an option, the people who say actually May’s done the best she can and they deserve
a voice. And then those of us who felt our future is properly in Europe we feel we deserve
a voice as well. So how do you safely conduct a three option ballot. I don’t know how to
do that. And what I’m impressed by is places like Ireland, where they’ve had the referendum
and they’ve made them processes that worked out how to pose the question and then get
an answer that people can accept. We need the public to get together and have
five strong speakers, public can stand behind them and agree with what these speakers are
doing, not what these MPs are doing. If I wanted to get a Kinder Egg and people
left Brexit it cost one pound and then it might be ten pounds. One million. One million people.
One million no, it’s two million. No no no, it’s from internet.
No, no. Internet no, look, Marble Arch, to Big Ben. It’s too much. Look, everybody tired.
Everybody tired, the legs. We are not going home, we are not going home.
We don’t care how late it is. I’m trying to find the next collective of
people that have some music. Police can only turn off so many sound systems. We want a people’s vote, we want a people’s