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Candlelit vigils wearing black and crying how Remainers are spending Article 50

first_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Ignore the pointless piece of theatre from May re the Article 50 trigger letter. #Brexit will be stopped.— A C Grayling (@acgrayling) March 28, 2017 Must admit to a sense of mourning today as #Brexit is formally triggered. An awful decision based upon a flawed campaign.— Simon Owen (@CalibreSimon) March 29, 2017 Every time my 9 year old asks a question about Brexit I start crying when I explain. Which isn’t helpful.— The_Grownup (@The_Grownup) March 29, 2017 I’ve just been with James Sheerin from Gosforth who is posting back his British passport on the day Theresa May triggers #Article50 pic.twitter.com/60mLzprMrg— Philippa Goymer (@journopippa) March 29, 2017 Tomorrow when #Article50 is triggered please light a candle and post the pic to show our sadness and sense of loss #candles4EU #NotInOurName pic.twitter.com/LFOIfEMJ8M— LabourAgainstBrexit (@Labour4EU) March 28, 2017 In mourning, this morning #brexit Can only hope that they’re right and I’m wrong 😥😥— sue williamson (@librarychampion) March 29, 2017 Feel like crying as I listen to the news this morning. Article 50: May signs letter that will trigger #Brexit https://t.co/qGKkrRGsVM— Jane Labous (@janelabous) March 29, 2017 Wearing black today and grieving the loss of my European citizenship. So pointlessly self-harming to leave. History will judge those guilty— Tom Shakespeare (@TommyShakes) March 29, 2017 [email protected] members will be mourning #Article50 triggering tomorrow by lighting #candles4EU outside the Guildhall 6pm. Do come along. https://t.co/gzbMaDkjE2— Ben Bradshaw (@BenPBradshaw) March 28, 2017 While many are celebrating today – including Nigel Farage, who intends to spend it in the pub – some people are in mourning.Brexit has split the opinion of the UK, as almost half voted to remain.Some Remainers have decided to move on and hope for the best, while others are staunchly in mourning. Labour members, including the MP for Exeter, are to light candles throughout the day and hold a vigil in mourning of our membership of the EU, proclaiming this decision is not in their name.Ben Bradshaw MP claimed Exeter Labour members will be gathering together in mourning when Article 50 is triggered, tweeting:  “@exeterlabour members will be mourning #Article50 triggering tomorrow by lighting #candles4EU outside the Guildhall 6pm. Do come along.”Others have said they have cried already today and some are even wearing black for the occasion.One man has posted back his passport in response to Brexit.Here is how some Remainers are reacting to Article 50 being triggered:last_img

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