While die-hard campaigners remain, the reduced numbers at the National Rejoin March reflect a changing public perspective on Brexit.
The streets of London, which once brimmed with tens of thousands protesting Brexit, saw a starkly reduced turnout in the recent National Rejoin March. From a previous high of 50,000 participants, the count dwindled to a few thousand, commencing at the Hilton hotel on Park Lane and culminating at the Houses of Parliament.
While ardent campaigners like Steve Bray, widely recognised as the “Stop Brexit Man”, were in attendance, public momentum seems to be shifting. Individuals such as Eugene, an EU national, shed light on their perceived differences pre and post-Brexit. However, a recent YouGov survey may offer a deeper insight into the nation’s mood: only 26% of those polled desired a fresh referendum this year.
As Britain finds its feet outside the EU, many see this diminished turnout as a sign of public reconciliation with the Brexit decision. Observers believe that while party politics may sway individual opinions, the broader consensus may lean towards forging a new path outside the European Union. Read more