People’s Vote

The march calling for a ‘People’s Vote’ now that the issues around Brexit are clearer was one of London’s largest, although the actual numbers present are disputed. But while the rally was going on in a packed Parliament Square there were still people waiting to leave Park Lane, around 3km away, with others in Green Park, and the march still sttretching along the entire route.

Noticeable as well as the sheer numbers was the huge range of posters and placards that people had made for the event, some short and direct, others considerably more creative, but overwhelmingly individual, father than the uniformity of some political protests.

In this post are a few of my favourites, which I’ll let speak for themselves.

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People’s Vote March – Start


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