Jeremy Vine caller SLAMS Remain Alliance 'utterly determined' to shun 17.4m ...

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AN angry Jeremy Vine caller let out her frustration at attempts to thwart her "democratic vote" to leave the European Union as she hit out at the newly-formed "Unite to Remain".

PUBLISHED: 10:54, Fri, Nov 8, 2019 | UPDATED: 11:12, Fri, Nov 8, 2019

Sue from Shropshire tore into the leaders of the Liberal Democrats, Green Party and Plaid Cymru after they announced they reached a deal on a Remain Alliance in a last-ditch attempt to stop Brexit. The Jeremy Vine caller let out her frustration at politicians "utterly determined" to dismiss the vote of 17.4 million Britons to quit the European Union as she accused them of attempting to "re-educate" voters. Angry Sue said: "I voted Leave, originally - I had no doubts then.

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"I don’t have to be re-educated or persuaded that I wasn’t able to make a decision."

The Shropshire resident continued: "Yes, we have had a lot more information put our way but I know why I voted Leave.

"I object most strongly to a combination of politicians determined, absolutely determined, to prevent mine and the other 17.4 million voters from having their democratic choice."

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson announced on Thursday her party had reached an agreement with both the Green Party and Plaid Cymru to form a so-called Remain Alliance.

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The electoral pact is aimed at boosting each party’s chances of securing as many seats as possible without facing competition from the others in 60 constituency.

Ms Swinson said she was “delighted” the Greens and Plaid Cymru had agreed to form the Unite to Remain group:

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