Brexit supporters and opponents rallied near Prime Minister Theresa May`s Downing Street office on Wednesday as her cabinet debated the draft divorce deal inside. Pro-Brexit campaigners urged her to scrap the tentative agreement and make a clean break with European Union without paying a penny more into the EU budget. "It sells out the country completely. We will be a vassal state of the EU," said Lucy Harris, founder the Leavers of London pro-Brexit group. Around 100 demonstrators gathered opposite the Downing Street entrance gates, chanting "Theresa May, don`t betray!" and "What do we want? Brexit. When do we want it? Now!". They held painted placards reading "Ditch May`s deal", "Let`s take back control" and "Save Brexit". "We`re in a serious situation. It`s a fork in the road. If this passes then we`re in big trouble as an independent country," said Harris. Niall McCrae, a lecturer in mental health at King`s College London university, said the purported deal was a "stitch-up". "How can they ask for our votes in future when they have told us our vote doesn`t count? "These votes have been annulled by our selfish political class." `Nobody voted for that` Britain voted by 52 per cent in favour of leaving the EU in a referendum in 2016 that exposed deep divisions in British society. At another small rally near Downing Street, pro-EU demonstrators chanted "People`s Vote", calling for a second Brexit referendum. They accepted they had some common ground with the Brexiteers across the street: neither is happy with the way things are going. "Brexit is a losing proposition all round. I think it`s all madness. I`d say we`re even more unhappy," said Nicky Gardner, 32, a student from London with two EU flags on a giant pole. "Brexit has been failing all along and it`s a matter of time before it hits the rocks." Helen Campbell, 45, brought a toy unicorn with her to symbolise Brexit. "It doesn`t exist, it`s a complete fantasy and can never be delivered," the freelance writer said. "There is a lot of concern about what it actually means overall, and that we will be taking instructions from Brussels on a lot of our laws without any say in them, and nobody voted for that at all."