Thousands of people have begun to move through central London in a demonstration that goes from Hyde Park Corner to parliament.
under the banner of Put it to the people (about the Let the people decide), and the organizers believe that the british, once again, should get a say in the Brexit. And that the issue should not only be determined by the house of commons vote on skilsmässoavtalet from the EU.
Naomi Thompson, 36, is one of those who participate.
" I go with to be able to have a clear conscience when this is all over. To know that I have done everything I could to stop Brexit, " she says to The Guardian.
Several members of parliament to speak during the demonstration. Some of them are planning to condition its support for prime minister Theresa Mays negotiated utträdesavtal with the EU, the requirement for a new referendum. There will be no in the referendum, the country would be forced to remain in the EU-cooperation with the current conditions, according to the, according to The Guardian.
Phoebe Poole, 18, holding a sign with the message ”never give up”.
" We are here because we feel we have our future stolen from us. It is our generation who will have to live with the consequences of this disaster, " she says to news agency Reuters.
have been transporting people from all over the Uk to London to participate in the demonstration.
In October last year, marched up to the 700,000 like-minded people in the capital for a new referendum. Now, both the risk and the fear of a avtalslöst Brexit bigger, and organizers hope to get support from new groups.
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