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What you need to know about the anti-Brexit march

by Mark Fitt Political Journalist
23rd Mar 19 3:23 pm

London has been bought to a standstill, as hundreds of thousands of people have descended on London protesting for a ‘Peoples Vote on Brexit.’


The anti-Brexit march on Saturday is to demand a second public vote on Brexit, people are saying Parliament does not have a deal in place, a week before we are due to leave the EU.

The march started at 1pm from Marble Arch, then campaigners will march down Park Lane, past Downing Street and end at Parliament Square.

Rallying speeches are taking place on Parliament Square by MPs these include Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, Labour’s deputy leader, Tom Watson, the former attorney general, Dominic Grieve and former Tory now Independent party MP, Anna Soubry, Caroline Lucas, Liberal Democrat leader, Sir Vince Cable and Plaid Cymru.

Meanwhile the online petition to ‘Revoke Article 50’ has now reached more than 4.3m signatures, making this the most popular petition to have ever been submitted to Parliaments website.

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