A large anti-Brexit message has been ploughed into a field in Wiltshire.
Campaign group Led By Donkeys ploughed the words ‘Britain Now Wants To Remain’ in 40 metre high letters, visible from flying aircraft.
The move was timed to correspond with the build-up to Saturday’s People’s Vote march in London and the deciding majority in Parliament on the Prime Minister’s deal.
Led By Donkeys released a film of the message shot from a helicopter, with a voiceover by ex-Leaver Lisa Dodd, who said that she voted because of the NHS and she couldn’t believe that she fell for it and that she was manipulated, well and truly and there are countless more like her out there.
People have said to her that approximately 17.4 million people voted for this and that’s what they want, well, she’s one of those 17.4 million and that’s not what she wants and she wants her vote back.
And amid the drama in Brussels and Westminster, they’re losing vision of a simple, fundamental fact, this country doesn’t want to leave the European Union and a YouGov study of 300 polls revealed the preponderance of Britons would now vote to stay in the European Union and Boris Johnson may have a deal but that doesn’t mean he has the support of the people.
David Lewis of Manor Farm, Water Eaton, Swindon, where the protest message has been ploughed, stated that Brexit would be just awful for farming and that so many farmers chose Leave but have since realised they were had.
He also said that it gave him real pride to see this huge message ploughed out in his field and that he hopes the people in London get to see it because this country has changed its mind.
Of course, there will be numerous people also saying that they still want to leave and there will be a lot of childish name-callings but we must also accept that we all have our own personal opinions and whichever side you’re on, we must recognise that we might not all agree with one another and it’s clearly a pretty divisive subject and some people need to grow up.