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Gina Miller to visit Dover to campaign against Brexit

By Paul Francis

A fresh bid to stop Brexit will be launched in Dover today by the business woman and campaigner Gina Miller.

Ms Miller will call on remain supporters to renew their effort to block Brexit at an event where she will set out plans for what is described as a programme of national focused action.

The lawyer was behind a legal action that forced the government to hold a vote in parliament on triggering article 50.

The Port of Dover
The Port of Dover

She has recently denied that she would be interested in leading the Liberal Democrats party following the news that Vince Cable was to stand down.

It is understood that she will claim that Brexit has not given the country greater control and that the government is in a state of panic.

But her visit to Dover may not go down well with its residents, where 62% voted to leave the EU in the referendum in 2016.

Her visit follows another warning this week that the government risks not being ready to implement the contingency arrangements for Operation Brock, The scheme that will see HGVs parked on the M20.

Industry experts warned a select committee of peers yesterday that time was running out to ensure everything was in place for the contraflow system along the M20.

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