Andrea from Manchester pleaded with her fellow Britons to support Tim Farron’s party as she hammered the Labour Party for “selling out” by respecting the result of the June referendum.
She said: “I’m a mum and I’m a passionate believer in the EU.
“I do feel that there is not a lot to be expected from the Tory Government in terms of a ‘hard’ Brexit, but Labour are selling us out and they are providing no opposition to this Government.
“Therefore everybody needs to get out and vote Liberal Democrats to stop this 'hard' Brexit. Labour are not doing their job.”
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Andrea urged people to vote for Tim Farron’s party to stop a ‘hard’ Brexit
The call to support the Lib Dems in the upcoming local elections in May comes as Mr Farron has made his third trip to Manchester Gorton to drum up support for local candidate Jackie Pearcey.
Traditionally a Labour seat, the bitter Remainers hope to snatch the constituency from under Jeremy Corbyn’s party.
“The momentum is now clearly with the Liberal Democrats,” he told the Manchestergazette.co.uk.
“Many of the people I’ve spoken to today are backing Jackie Pearcey because they are worried about Brexit and want real change for this area.
Everybody needs to get out and vote Liberal Democrats to stop this hard Brexit
Andrea from Manchester
“Even lifelong Labour voters are saying they will vote for us this time because they’re so disgusted by Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to support a hard Brexit.
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“While Labour argue amongst themselves, the Liberal Democrats are standing up for local jobs in Manchester by fighting to stay in the single market and give the people the final say on the Brexit deal.”
Earlier this month, Mr Farron urged Remain voters to despair over the triggering of Article 50 as he claimed the battle to keep Britain inside the single market had just begun.
Mr Farron said: “Some people will despair at the triggering of Article 50. Not me, not we in the Liberal Democrats, we know the battle is now on to fight for the British people to have the final say on the deal that we will have with the European Union going forward.”
Brexit Negotiations: Britain's sternest enemies Tue, April 4, 2017
According to a new index, the EU27 countries fall into three groups: hard-core, hard and soft. These are the countries with the highest scores which indicate a fairly strong opposition to Britain’s position
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France has the highest score in the index at 32.5
Taking a dig at Theresa May, the pro-EU politician claimed the Government was not acting in accordance with the will of the British people.
“None of us knows what that deal will contain, how dare the Government enforce it on the British people without asking their views,” Mr Farron said.
“The politicians shouldn’t decide, the people should decide. And one of those obvious signs the Government has made a choice of this kind of Brexit is not enacting the will of the people at all, but is interpreting the will of the people at best.
“We all know how vital the single market is for British jobs, for our homes, for the prices on our shelves, for the whole of our economy.
“A Government that doesn’t fight for our place in the single market is letting Britain down no matter which way they voted in June 2016. Our fight continues, the British people can and should have the final say.”