LONDON (Reuters) – A "people's vote" campaign for a second referendum on Britain's exit from the European Union is about to appoint at least two members of the conservative parliament, including one cabinet minister, as it prepares for a few months of its mission to stop the kingdom's departure The European Union.
The campaign is gaining momentum amid growing uncertainty about Britain's exit from the European Union. The number of deputies behind her is increasing and Teresa Mai is now a regular user of the term "people's vote".
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The only events that may actually be used in the term are entirely excluded. The prime minister is completely opposed to another referendum. She even felt obliged to use the House of Commons statement to attack the idea last week.
However, the Voice of the People campaign – which includes a group of anti-British groups – has become increasingly confident that there are no other options, May will use another vote to break the current stalemate in parliament.
A senior campaigner for the Business Insider campaign this week said at least two other conservatives would announce their support next month. The pair is to be a current cabinet minister and vice-chairman.
They will follow in the footsteps of former Transportation Secretary Joe Johnson and universities and former science minister Sam Geema, who resigned from the government to support the people's vote over the past few weeks.
The first team in particular caused ripples in Westminster, where it reached a stage with the unsupported champion and former footballer Gary Lennicker during the people's vote march all the way from the parliament building in November.
Johnson's announcement and subsequent public appearance surprised even some in the "People's Vote" campaign by surprise. An insider revealed that Johnson, the brother of former Secretary of State and Bricasseter Boris, did not want to interview a political journalist at the event because he felt it would be "very formal", leading to an insane rush to find a replacement.
"We did not know that Lenaker was confirmed until we took him from the station 40 minutes ago," they said.
A lot happens behind the scenes as well.
The best for Britain, one of the most prominent groups under the umbrella of Voice of the People, brought together a team of veteran political activists who will spend the next few weeks creating ads targeted to specific constituencies.
The unit, known internally as the "Bode", includes three former employees of the Labor Party and two working for conservatives. The unit's staff has experience in managing the campaigns of former US President Barack Obama and David Cameron.
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Pod has already started to produce Brexit anti-advertising ads designed for a total of 74 constituencies. Some seats are represented by Conservative MPs who supported retaining but do not support the people's vote, such as Nicky Morgan and George Freeman, and Labor MPs who fall under the same category, such as Lisa Nandi and Hillary Penn.
For example, for Crowe and Nantwich, who vote randomly in 2016, the unit issued a statement saying: "Where will our 1,073 farms around Crewe be without the EU support they need?
Tell your deputy that we do not need to miss. "
Crewe & Nantwich is represented by Labor Rep. Laura Smith.
Hastings & Ray's seat represented by Secretary of Labor and Pensions Amber Ruud is also on the list. Rudd made headlines last week When she could be a "reasonable argument" for another referendum at Brexit.
The best for Britain has also held a district-level vote to put pressure on parliamentarians to support the people's vote. The aim is to press parliamentarians to support a referendum if, or when, the May agreement was voted by MPs next month.
"They are the main seats where we think their deputies are vital for discussion," a senior campaign source said.
These seats include seats such as Stoke-in-Trent Central, represented by Brexit, represented by Labor's Gareat Snell.
There is a strong belief among voters that the key to another referendum is to secure the support of Labor leader Jeremy Corbin, who is currently committed to nothing more than keeping him on the table.
As part of the efforts of the Voice of the People campaign to improve relations with the official opposition, it has developed a close working relationship with an anti-racism group that is not to hate. Corbyn's ally is Samuel Tarry who is one of the group's community organizers and provides a new potential route in the Labor Party's office.
The so-called "voice of the people" has been transformed from the dream of dreams into real prospects within a few months. Downing Street officials expect privately to hold another referendum – no matter how much he does not want to.
However, campaigners know they can not afford them, because the most important months lie ahead.