For the Brexit, the inhabitants of Sunderland on your walking shoes. With a two-week protest March, they want to make to the Parliament's pressure, the divorce from the EU is finally complete.
From the Northern English town of Sunderland has issued a protest walk of Brexit supporters to London to protest in this way for the withdrawal of Britain from the EU. How many of the participants of the "March to leave", is still not clear. News agencies reported that up to 200, also Demonstrating self-proclaimed this number in the short message service Twitter.
The participants are, so to speak, from head to toe on Brexit.
Approximately 435 kilometers want to Brexit-trailer. The destination of the train is on 29. In March, the originally planned termination date, in front of the British Parliament to arrive."Not to Brexit cheat
The March," launched under the leadership of Nigel Farage, the former head of the Ukip party. Farage is one of the most rigorous Brexit supporters. He himself had set to his time as party leader, the then Prime Minister James Cameron under pressure to allow the British people a Referendum on the whereabouts in the EU vote. Last June, Farage left the Ukip.
His efforts to promote the Brexit, drove back Farage but even after the farewell to the Ukip. Before the March in Sunderland was in motion, he stressed, the past week have shown that the Parliament will "do its utmost" to cheat the voters to the Brexit. "It begins to look as if the Parliament does not want the Brexit", said Farage, and sent words of warning to London advance:
"If you think that you can us move on, then we will March with all his strength against you."
the whole of The March of Farage will not run but that he wanted to join for about a third of the distance.Breaks away with the Brexit, the main employer?
The North English Sunderland is struggling with economic problems. Once the largest shipbuilding site in the world, today the majority of jobs in the Region, at the site of the car manufacturer Nissan. 7000 people work in the factory, with the addition of 40,000 additional Jobs at suppliers.
However, the Brexit could move the group to rethink. Now Nissan wants to restrict apparently, the production in the factory. And like any other companies, the EU could Britain's exit from have a complete change of the production site. Nevertheless, Sunderland wants to get out of the EU in the Referendum in 2016, 61.3 percent of the inhabitants in favour of the Brexit.