100,000 people march on London demanding a ‘People’s Vote’ on end Brexit deal

Peoples Vote March London

On Saturday morning over 100,000 people made their way to central London, in a march dubbed the ‘People’s Vote’ march, which was organised primarily to drum up support for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.

The march, which included many protesting Brexit in general, went from Pall Mall to Parliament Square. There were speakers from various political parties, including Labour MP David Lammy, Green Part co-founder Caroline Lucas and Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable.

A pro-Brexit march, dubbed the ‘UK Unity and Freedom’ march, also took place on Saturday near Parliament Square. UKIP leader Gerard Batten addressed crowds at the march, which saw crowds of a few thousand people

See pictures of Saturday’s marches below.

Vince Cable addressed crowds at midday:

Theresa May Protest Sign

Peoples Vote March London

Later in the day, the counter-protest ‘UK Unity and Freedom March’ took place nearby:


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