March for Europe
The march is aimed to keep the tight economic, cultural, and social ties with the rest of the Europe.
50,000 people have marched through London on 2nd July to show their opposition to the UK leaving the EU. But as the Brexit supporters get the hold on to country's future. While they have sent out a great message of unity and defiance in the face of the division and turmoil that followed the EU referendum campaign.
This is the second March to take place following June's Referdrum campaign which comes after two months where the crowds were heard from Sir Bob Geldof, Jarvis Cocker and cross-party politicians including Tim Farron(LibDem), David Lammy and Catherine West (Labour). As the part of the London march the crowds will be addressed by a diverse range of artists and commentators. A parallel demonstration will take place in Oxford, Brimhimgham, Scotland, Wales, bristol and Cambridge.
Organizers Fabien Riggall and Mark Thomas commented that March for Europe began as a movement of over 50,000 people coming together on 2nd July to demonstrate a positive vision fro British in Europe. They wanted to see a powerful, confident and unifies Cultural movement harnessing thousands of Passionate, Creative, and optimistic minds to voice a positive message that Britain must continue to be a part of the Europe, economically, socially and culturally.
3rd September will see thousands taking it to the streets once again in each part of the UK. The months since EU referendum result have seen marked increase in community tension and economic uncertainty, Millions of EU nationalists are worried about their citizenships and also the incidents of hate crime have shocked the country.
The protesters will halt the Government formally invoking the article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which will trigger the two-year deadline to withdrawal from the EU. The Demonstrations are also calling out for the greater public consultation on every stage of the Brexit Negotiations.
I'm speaking at #marchforeurope today - not to overturn the referendum, but to reject the lies and prejudice stirred up by politicians— Owen Jones (@OwenJones84) September 3, 2016
"Let's take back control." From, er, the voters? #marchforeurope pic.twitter.com/NDDSQk1qJP— Tim Stanley (@timothy_stanley) September 3, 2016
#marchforeurope Time to bring out this graphic again! pic.twitter.com/xyHWgwFZut— Hani Mustafa (@_hanimustafa) September 3, 2016
A few thousand sore losers marching for anti-democracy doesn't outweigh 17+ million.
Sorry guys.#marchforeurope pic.twitter.com/gMznViNE64— ExLab (@exlabourite) September 3, 2016
If we did have another referendum I'd change my vote from remain to leave...because I support democracy! #marchforeurope— MattBarber (@ginjamatt) September 3, 2016
A bunch of useful idiots marching in support of big banks, poverty, unemployment and unelected shadow corporate government #MarchForEurope— Logical Campaign (@LogicalCampaign) September 3, 2016
Im not on this #marchforeurope because i support democracy— Mrs BouTEAca (@WelshTeacup) September 3, 2016
Wish I was there to support #marchforeurope !!! Democratic process is 1-Referendum for advice 2-House of Commons vote 3- HoL vote! #StopMay— Simon Ripley (@ChefRipley) September 3, 2016
@marchforeurope on my way! #MarchForEurope pic.twitter.com/f9xOEzHXhM— Frederika Roberts (@Frederika_R) September 3, 2016