|Posted by George Freund on March 23, 2019 at 6:30 PM|
The protest officially started at Park Lane but people from several locations all over London joined up with the main march as it descended on Parliament
Anti-Brexit protesters began gathering in Hyde Park, London at 12pm for the 'People's vote' march today
Speakers set to address a rally outside of Parliament include Nicola Sturgeon, Sadiq Khan and Tom Watson
The march comes as a petition urging the government to cancel Brexit passed four million signatures today
Organisers of the march claim a million people turned up for the protest through central London today
By DANYAL HUSSAIN FOR MAILONLINE
PUBLISHED: 08:29 EDT, 23 March 2019 | UPDATED: 13:05 EDT, 23 March 2019
A general view of Anti-Brexit campaigners as they take part in the People's Vote March in London and wave pro-EU banners
Anti-Brexit protesters have travelled from all over the country to London for the 'Put it to the People March' as the online petition urging the government to cancel Brexit passed four million signatures.
Opponents of Britain's departure from the European Union began gathering in Hyde Park from 12pm before converging on Westminster and organisers claim a million people turned up to voice their concerns over the decision to leave the EU.
Speakers set to address a rally outside Parliament include Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, London MayorSadiq Khan and opposition Labour deputy leader Tom Watson.
Other speakers will include former Conservative cabinet minister Justine Greening and ex-attorney general Dominic Grieve, former Tory turned independent MP Anna Soubry, Lib Dem deputy leader Jo Swinson, Green Party MP Caroline Lucas and SNP Westminster leader Ian Blackford.
Organisers claimed that one million protesters came to the protest, after previously saying they were confident that the size of the crowd would exceed a similar rally held in October, where 700,000 people turned up.
The Metropolitan Police refused to comment on the size of the march.
I'm sure it was less than a million. That's the magic propaganda number.
This one says it all for the One Worlders. What Germany couldn't do in two world wars the British people did to themselves. The people did vote. The politicians played a con game to seduce them to change their minds with delay after delay.