You might spot this unusual van making its way into Margate today (March 17).
The ‘Brexit Monstrosity’ van is on tour in Kent and Essex and due to arrive at Turner Contemporary between 3pm and 4pm.
Remain campaigners are promoting the People’s March on Saturday, March 23 and will be performing musical satire on the route.
The visit comes as the withdrawal date of the UK from the EU on March 29 is now clouded by doubt.
Chancellor Philip Hammond has reportedly told the BBC that it is now “physically impossible” to leave on March 29 and a delay will be needed to pass legislation.
Earlier this week MPs voted for an extension either until June 30 if there is support for the latest deal tabled by Prime Minister Theresa May or longer if the deal is rejected for the third time.
Legally the UK is still due to leave the EU on March 29 and will need the 27 EU member states to agree to any extension.
The PM is expected to make a statement in the House of Commons tomorrow on what she plans to do.
The deadline for MPs to agree a Brexit deal in order for the PM to seek a delay until June 30 is this Wednesday (March 20).
In the 2016 EU referendum Thanet voted 63.8% Leave and 36.2% Remain.