The Final People’s March

Published on by Lisa Hall (author)

People's Vote marchers at the 25th of March Protest (photo: )
People's Vote marchers at the 25th of March Protest

The dividing political debate has led to several People’s Marches since the 2016 vote to leave the EU. Three years on, we are now fast approaching our separation from the European Union.

 

However, before this happens, Remainers are taking to the streets once more in order to tell the government that they want another referendum.

 

The route, as previously done, will take protesters from Park Lane to Parliament Square. The march begins at 12pm.

 

Donations towards the march are 93% complete so far at £511,590 out of £550,000.

 

Considering it is the final one before the much-anticipated day, it is expected to have a high turnout. Previous marches, such as the one that took place in March, hosted one of the biggest numbers of protesters in UK history. October 19th’s will be “one of the biggest Britain has ever seen” as well, according to Lord Hain.

 

With only four days left until the big day, more than 170 coaches have been hired in order to transport people to London.

People's Vote marchers at the 25th of March Protest

People's Vote marchers at the 25th of March Protest

The allocated date of the march is significant as it falls on the same day that, according to the law, Prime Minister Johnson must ask the European Union for a further delay to Brexit if he has not managed to secure an exit deal at the European Council summit the day before.

 

A spokesperson for the People’s Vote campaign said we cannot “allow Boris Johnson to force no deal – or another vicious form of Brexit – on our country, without all of us having our voice heard.”

People's Vote marchers at the 25th of March Protest

People's Vote marchers at the 25th of March Protest

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