Barking against Brexit
Campaigners demanding a People's Vote on the final deal with the European Union have called a 'Wooferendum' in October to deliver a petition to PM Theresa May
MAN’S best friend believes humans are getting a wruff deal over Brexit and plan to stage a Wooferendum in October – a political act by the dogs, for the people.
Canines from across Britain are coming together to march on Parliament and to deliver a petition to Prime Minister Theresa May in Downing Street demanding a People’s Vote on the final deal with the European Union.
The pooches say many of their twolegged friends are worried Brexit is barking mad and so are ready to let their paws pound the pavements i8n central London on Sunday October 7 for the Wooferendum.
They believe it is time to hound hardline Brexiteers trying to muzzle anyone who thinks leaving the EU is a bad idea.
And as the great writer Mark Twain observed: “It’s not the size of the dog in the fight; it’s the size of the fight in the dog.”
In an increasingly gloomy rhetoric on all sides about the longlasting effects of Brexit, the organisers of Wooferen dum deserve credit for bringing a sense of humour back to the debate.
The promotional video is a hoot and features a succession of dogs great and small in a placard wielding film in the same vein as Bob Dylan’s black and white sixties classic for Subterranean Homesick Blues; just visit wooferendum.org and meet the stars.
Animal lovers on both sides of the debate will enjoy viewing the dogs busy recruiting support for the “biggest bark in history”...after all our fourlegged chums risk losing their pet passports and free movement across the Channel.