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Reactions after embattled May dangles promise of new Brexit vote

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOMMAY 21, 2019SOURCE: AFPTV 1. Wide shot Liberal Democrat supporters lining up to get into campaign event 2. Wide shot sign reading 'Liberal Democrats, Stop Brexit' 3. Close-up sign reading 'Liberal Democrats, Stop Brexit' 4. Pan left Liberal Democrat supporters lining up to get into campaign event 5. Wide shot people arriving at Brexit Party campaign event 6. Mid shot people at Brexit Party campaign event 7. Close-up Brexit Party sign 8. Mid shot women putting on Brexit Party t-shirts 9. Wide shot women wearing Brexit Party t-shirts LONDON, UNITED KINGDOMMAY 21, 2019SOURCE: AFPTV 10. SOUNDBITE 1 - Christopher Wintle, academic and Liberal Democrats supporter (male, 60 years old, English, 15 sec): "She said 'We'll pass the withdrawal agreement and then we'll have a second referendum', and I don't know what kind of nonsense that is. She's trying to appease both people and she's going to fall between all stools." 11. SOUNDBITE 2 - Kate Hopkins, editor and Liberal Democrats supporter (female, 40 years old, English, 11 sec): "I think it is a last-ditch desperate attempt to get the deal through. It seems to have annoyed various people on her side but I think it's a bit too late to start offering an olive branch to the remainers after some of the things she's said." 13. SOUNDBITE 3 - Graham Martin, singer (male, English, 6 sec): " It’s kamikaze politics, it has to be. She’s taking herself down and she’s determined to take the Tories down with her." 14.SOUNDBITE 4 - Gavin Morris, retiree (male, English, 15 sec)"My gut reaction is that she’s (ed: Theresa May) got no idea and it’s another sellout. She’s not adhering to the will of the people, because the whole idea was not to have another referendum and not to have a customs union. We voted to leave."

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