Let’s Be Having EU – Delia Smith to lead the People’s Vote march
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Delia Smith and Deborah Meaden are to help lead the march for a People's Vote.
The cookery show presenter and writer will help lead more than 100,000 people through central London at what is dubbed to be the biggest political march in over a decade.
Delia will be joined by businesswoman and Dragon's Den star Deborah Meaden, who has been vocal about her opposition to Brexit on Twitter, and said she 'will not be silenced' over the issue.
Others to provide video messages include Game of Thrones star Lena Headey, comedian Tracey Ullman, Mrs Brown's Boys star Brendan O'Carroll, The Wire actor Dominic West, and Match of the Day presenter Gary Lineker.
Speaking ahead of the People's Vote march, Delia said: 'I am petrified at the way Brexit is going. I'm afraid the political leaders have made a dog's dinner of it and none of us really trust them anymore to take final decision - whatever the result the of negotiations.'
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Meaden said: 'Brexit is going to be immensely harmful for our country — whether it's the NHS whose staff fear for the future or small business which is the backbone of Britain.'
Dozens of celebrities have also funded free coaches from various parts of the UK to central London for the march.
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