Pro-European campaigners from across Aylesbury and surrounding villages will be making their way to London on Saturday 23rd March 2019 to join a mass demonstration to demand a People’s Vote on Brexit.
Hundreds of thousands of people from across the UK are expected to take part in the People’s Vote ‘Put It To The People’ march in central London.
The government is still desperately trying to secure the backing of Parliament for its heavily criticised Brexit plan and the mass demonstration in London takes place just three weeks before the UK is scheduled to leave to the European Union (Based on the extension agreed on 21st March 2019 by the European Union).
In October 2018 more than 700,000 people marched through central London to demand a People’s Vote on Brexit.
The event on Saturday 23rd March 2019 will begin at 12.00pm (‘High Noon’) on Park Lane and will see people march to Parliament Square for a mass rally and keynote speeches.
Young and old will be walking side by side, through the centre of London, including families pushing buggies, grandparents, teenagers, students, office workers, celebrities and Members of Parliament. Even some dogs will be joining in!
Hélène Lens of Open Britain Aylesbury said: ‘Brexit is already causing deep damage to Britain, threatening local jobs, businesses, the NHS and living standards in Aylesbury and Buckinghamshire as a whole.
The Put It To The People march may very well be our last chance to demand a democratic final say on this mess, before it is too late. This is High Noon for Brexit.
Anyone who cares about the future, anyone who feels betrayed by lies and broken promises in the last referendum, anyone who wants to prevent years more of this madness is welcome to join us to make their voice heard. It’s now or never.‘