"Chaos, uncertainty, confusion. So describes the people of London to the political situation in the country after Tuesday's historic vote. But many are also happy."
"We just hope that our politicians stand by their promise and deliver brexit," says Pam Watts, who is in London to demonstrate."
"the British are starting to be refined with sudden changes in brexitfrågan. But with a historic vote behind – the prime minister, Theresa Mays loss on Tuesday night – and now an uncertain time in the future are many in the british capital confused."
"– Chaos. I do not trust any politicians. It has well been crises like this for many, many years ago, in the 1800s perhaps. But this is chaos, " says the 64-year-old Lisa Stux."
"Want May remain in a"
"She has the last few days parked outside the parliament with an EU flag and a british. On Wednesday, she took the train again towards the Westminster district to re-set itself outside the parliament building."
"– Who had ever been able to believe it? I have never been political before in my life. I have never participated in a demonstration before."
"She describes a possible EU-withdrawal as a terrible and committed to their children and grandchildren's sake, that they'll have to live in an open Europe," she says."
"Prime minister Theresa May is a politician who represents Lisa Stux constituency in Maidenhead in Berkshire. Stux has repeatedly written to the May and received a reply with a time. Even if she dislikes the prime minister, she May remain."
"– What other prime minister would have resigned under these circumstances. But I would probably not do it, for I do not know who would take over that is stable and sensible."
"Pam Watts, 60, has travelled to London from Kent, and even she has been engaged politically with a"
"– We love Europe but hate the politicised, undemocratic institution that is the EU. It has deprived us of the power to govern over ourselves, use our money the wrong and forced us things like freedom of movement."
"Where to go in London you hear people talk about brexit, young and old. The substance is more than the infected. Some describe it as the country embarked on a trench warfare. Just youth is a group that the UNION-friendly side often lifts up, as they will have to live with the consequences of brexit for the rest of their lives."
"The political activist Madeleina Kay, 24, has spent a lot of time trying to reach out that ”the EU's supergirl”, in particular by engaging on social media. She has 27 000 followers on Twitter. The result on Tuesday night paves the way for a second referendum and to remain in the EU, " she says."
" for The past two years have shown that we are stronger and more prosperous in the European union. And brexit is a mess."
"At the referendum in 2016, no one knew what they voted on and was fed with fantasies and lies, believe Madeleina Kay. She claims that the schools or the media doesn't communicate the positive sides of EU membership, labour law, human rights, ban on discrimination and legislation."
"Two other young people in London is Robert Waugh, 24, and Jennifer Reay, 20, from Gateshead in the north east of England. On Tuesday, they participated in the demonstration of the People's vote in front of the parliament, and cheered along with hundreds of other UNION supporters as the vote count was read out. Robert Waugh says that he hopes that the prime minister resigns."
"– the Chances are not great. It depends a bit on what Theresa May is doing next, if her plan is to just go back to the parliament with a new plan for a few days or weeks, it may be a fundamental mistake on her part and lead to (the northern stödpartiet) DUP vote her off."