(23 Jun 2018) Leading Brexit supporters talked tough and their opponents took to the streets, as a divided UK marked the second anniversary on Saturday of its vote to leave the European Union.
Thousands of opponents of Brexit marched to Parliament, calling for a referendum on any divorce deal agreed between Britain and the EU.
Britain voted on June 23, 2016 to quit the 28-nation EU, and its official exit is slated for March 29, 2019.
But the country – and its Conservative government – remain divided about what kind of economic relationship it wants with the EU after Brexit.
Both the Conservatives and main opposition Labour Party oppose another referendum, but the centrist Liberal Democrats support one.

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