As the EU 27 have finally held the feet of government and Parliament to the fire, with a set of deadlines for ending the
And as part of that, the People's Vote campaign for a second referendum held another march in central London today, attracting hundreds of thousands, perhaps even a million, people - most of whom really want the whole thing dropped, one way or another. Placards and slogans were a mixture of the humorous, whimsical and pained, but with not a few featuring, well, not the kind of language my mother would have appreciated (slightly to my surprise, but then, I don't get out much these days): not just the familiar "Bollocks to Brexit" stickers, but a fair smattering of four-letter words too. How persuasive this would be to any waverers from the other side, and how influential if and when Parliament finally works its way through alternative suggestions - that remains to be seen.
Here's some indication of the mood: