People take to the streets of London and other centres across the UK to demonstrate against the vote to leave the EU
The Conservative leadership contender Andrea Leadsom appears to have taken a swipe at the frontrunner, Theresa May, saying the next leader must be a Brexit supporter rather than someone “who is reluctantly following the wishes of the people”.
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Game of Thrones themed anti-Brexit artwork... pic.twitter.com/dW30drjeAi
Guido Fawkes reports that the Daily Telegraph has taken down an article by Jonathan Foreman headlined Theresa May is a great self-promoter, but a terrible Home Secretary after pressure from her campaign.
More scenes from the march.
Crowds are swelling on Park Lane at the start of the anti-Brexit march to parliament pic.twitter.com/PyPsUuIguO
#marchforeurope - we are standing up against liars, broken promises and racism pic.twitter.com/Iv4AukOFy8
Crowds are swelling in Park Lane at the start of the march to Parliament Square against the Brexit vote. Protesters waving EU flags and clutching home-made banners and placards are preparing to walk through the streets of central London.
The finest wits in Britain have been busy with their placards for today’s march it seems.
Frontage Not Farage #marchforeurope #fromagenotfarage pic.twitter.com/Ezr56HvZtD
Momentum, the grassroots movement that supports Jeremy Corybn, has dismissed claims that the Labour leader could resign after being offered a settlement that would ensure his top priorities were maintained under his successor.
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And they’re off - the London march starts on Park Lane near Hyde Park Corner and will proceed down Piccadilly, Pall Mall and Whitehall before ending at Parliament Square, where speakers will address the crowd.
Marching once again of a Saturday #marchforeurope pic.twitter.com/NblYsHy9hI
The Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, is attending the march in London today.
Looking forward to talking at the #marchforeurope rally tomorrow - lots of @LibDems members coming
Welcome to our Brexit live blog, with full coverage of the March for Europe taking place in central London and other towns and cities around the UK today.
Labour’s David Lammy, the MP for Tottenham, tweeted this call to arms last night:
Join me @OwenJones84 and @CatherineWest1 and many thousands more tomorrow. Make your voice heard #marchforeurope pic.twitter.com/amNMiZyovB Continue reading...