Over hundreds of thousands of people are expected to participate in a brexit-demonstration on Saturday afternoon is on the way through London.
the Demonstration with the title 'People's Vote' began at 13 and goes from Hyde Park through central London and ending at the british parliament at 15.
A modelhoved of Theresa May are among the protests at the demonstration. Photo:Ritzau Scanpix/ Henry Nicholls
Let it be up to the voters, stand on the sign. The demonstrators want a new vote on the brexit. Photo:Ritzau Scanpix/Henry Nicholls
Over hundreds of thousands of participants are expected to participate in the march through London. Photo:Ritzau Scanpix/Dylan Martinez
Among the speakers at the rally are London mayor, Sadiq Khan, the comedian Sandi Toksvig and the scottish first minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
Labour's deputy leader, Tom Watson, must speak at last, and he is expected to say that he will have a new referendum.
This puts a further pressure on the Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, who have long been silent about his position for a new brexit vote in the possible third vote on the prime minister's agreement in the next week.
This writes the british newspaper The Guardian, which follows the march through London.
A group of left-wing politicians, trade unionists and opponents of brexit have gathered in a group at the march. The group is supported by various organisations, smaller parties of the working class in England and prominent members of the european parliament for the Labour party.
Elena Remigi, who is one of the EU citizens, who are still in a limbo, has said that she 'march for the future in the country she calls home'.
The former leader of the eurosceptic party Ukip, Nigel Farage, who stood behind the 'leave'-the campaigns, participating at the same time, in a march from the nordengelske town of Linby in Nottingham today. The march expects to arrive to London 29. the march, which was the original brexit-day.
Nigel Farage has stated to the 200 listeners, to those who have gathered in the brexit-the march, do not represent the majority, writes The Guardian.
His counter-demonstration aims to make you aware that there was majority support for leaving the EU.
the mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, writing on twitter that 'enough is enough, it is time to let the british people get the last word in brexit'.
And we're off! theSadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) 23. march 2019
Here in London, thousands of people from across our city and country have come together with @peoplesvote_uk to send a clear message:
Enough is enough - it's time to give the British public the final say on Brexit. #PeoplesVote #PutItToThePeople pic.twitter.com/wJzXF4UB6N
Storbritianien was scheduled to leave the EU for six days - march 29.
But it now seems that the Uk either leaving the EU, with an agreement 22. may or without an agreement the 12. april.