Sestdien, 2. jūlijā, vairāk neka 50 000 Londonas iedzīvotāju un viesu maršēja centrālās pilsētas ielās, lai izteiktu savu protestu par izstāšanos no ES. Kā vēsta CNN cilvēki uzskata, ka Brexit rezultāts tika viltots. Pūlis ar katru minūti pieaug un vakara beigās ir ieplānots mītiņa koncerts, kas norisināsies pie Parlamenta ēkas.
On the right – Caroline Bunting-Palmer, 26, project manager. "It's my first March, it's really important and we're off to start our relationship with the E.U again." On the left – Elizabeth Palmer – 29 – lecturer "We both voted remain, the leave campaign had so many lies and people on the other side may have made the wrong choice as a result. We'll miss the E.U and we're really sorry and we'll work really hard to build a new relationship." #brexit #london
Tom Walsh – 31 – factory worker. "The wrong thing has happened. That's just the natural feeling. Both sides have lied. We've been part of Europe for so long, you can't change anything being alone. And to the E.U, we're not racist idiots. They represent a small number of people here. You're always welcome." #brexit #london #uk
Amongst the crowds that chants, "we are the 48%, no more lies, no more hate." Jude Malcomson a 25 year old, theatre technician from Yorkshire, England says, "The referendum doesn't represent what I want for my country. Doesn't represent the young generation. It's important to be here." #brexit #uk #london #saturdays
Tom Page, 15, Student – on the right. "I didn't get to vote. I would have voted remain if I could. A huge percentage of our working population are migrants. Without them we lose workers. We lose friends. We lose money. We've always wanted to succeed as a country. Neglecting them is going back." Leo Moncada, 15, Student – on the left. "The voting age should have been lowered. We should have had a vote. Completely unfair, the older generation voted for us. We will have to leave with the consequences" #brexit #london #cnn