More than 80 campaigners from Aylesbury, High Wycombe and surrounding villages took part in the Put It To The People march.
Campaigners from across Aylesbury and High Wycombe took part in the People’s Vote ‘Put It To The People’ march in central London on Saturday 23rd March 2019.
It is estimated that over a million people from the UK and beyond took part in the march which started from Park Lane and made its way to Parliament Square for a mass rally and speeches.
Young and old walked side by side, through the centre of London, including several generations of the same family, World War Two veterans in their 90s, families pushing buggies, grandparents, teenagers, students, office workers, celebrities and Members of Parliament.
Hélène Lens, of Open Britain Aylesbury said: ‘It was a fantastic, uplifting and good-humoured day. People from all walks of life walked side by side with a common objective: Putting pressure on the Government and Parliament to consider a People’s Vote with option to remain, as the only way to ascertain the real will of the people nearly 3 years after the referendum.
Brexit is already causing deep damage to Britain, threatening local jobs, businesses, the NHS and living standards in Buckinghamshire and across the country.
The discredited Brexit deal, Theresa May is still trying to force on Parliament, bears little resemblance to what was promised by leavers in the 2016 referendum.
The only way to solve this political crisis is to put whatever deal is decided by Parliament back to the British people and let them decide.‘