MORE than a million people packed central London yesterday to take part in a march aimed at convincing Theresa May’s Government to give a fresh referendum on Brexit.
Those taking part included Reading East MP Matt Rodda, who spoke and praised the ‘amazing atmosphere’.
— Matt Rodda (@MattRodda) March 23, 2019
Bracknell MP Dr Phillip Lee is also a backer of a new public vote on whether the country should leave the European Union or not.
Yesterday, Wokingham MP Sir John Redwood appeared on BBC News while the march was taking place to stress his desire for Theresa May’s Government to get on with leaving the European Union.
In a blog post, he added: “All MPs should remember the words of the government leaflet to all households before the referendum:’This is your decision. We will implement what you decide’.”
A large contingent from the borough attended the march to show they wanted a new referendum.
Had to march yesterday as he doesn’t represent me at all. Got to find a way to have my voice heard!
— Lou (@louisecollins26) March 24, 2019
Here we present some of the photos that have been sent in to us – if you were on the march, or took part in a pro-Brexit protest and have pictures – you can send them to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll print a selection in Thursday’s paper.