On 23rd June, 2018 there was an Anti-Brexit march which called for a People's Vote on the final deal. It was attended by various MPs from across the political spectrum, including Tim Farron, former Liberal Democrat leader and Vince Cable, current Liberal Democrat leader. Rightly so, as the Liberal Democrats have positioned themselves as the pro-Remain party. Their mission is to save the country from Brexit.
At the march, the crowd delighted in taking the, "Oh Jeremy Corbyn" chant from the general election campaign last year and turning it into, "Where's Jeremy Corbyn?"
Yesterday, less than a month later, there were crucial votes on amendments to the Chequers Deal. The amendments to the resulting Taxation (Cross-border) Trade Bill were forced on Theresa May by the hard Brexit, European Research Group (ERG). Two of the votes only just scraped through by a majority of three.
It is worth mentioning here that many Tories rebelled in these two votes and the reason they passed is because of three Labour MPs - Frank Field, Kate Hoey and Graham Stringer. I've linked to their Twitter pages, apart from Stringer who doesn't have one, if you'd like to tweet them about this.
However, the leader and ex leader of the Liberal Democrats were nowhere to be seen. Far from riding in on their white chargers to save the day, they just didn't show. Tim Farron was at this event: