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Andrew Woodcock New promises, same problem: Why we are marching again for a Final Say vote

12 October ‘march of our lives’ will be climax of The Independent and People's Vote campaign for a fresh referendum, with rallies across Britain this summer

David Lammy We can't choose the next PM – the least we deserve is a Final Say

While Westminster descends further into chaos, narcissism and acrimony the people must be heard. We only have this summer and autumn to force our way back into the conversation on Brexit

Andrew Woodcock Tom Watson urges Jeremy Corbyn to give full backing to Final Say

‘The majority of Labour MPs want a change of position and they want it soon’

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Editorial Labour could back Remain, but the real solution is a Final Say

The electorate, now that it sees what Brexit means, is coming to the conclusion that a soft Brexit is not something they especially want – it is the worst of all worlds

Mark McVitie Corbyn will lose his young supporters if he doesn't back a Final Say

The European election represents an enormous opportunity for Labour to stake its claim to leadership at a time of national crisis – but will Corbyn end up handing that mantle to Nigel Farage?

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Andrew Grice Parliament deadlock puts soft Brexit at risk, as Boles adds some drama

Efforts to build a cross-party consensus should have begun much earlier – not when the country was looking nervously over the cliff edge