Thousands of people marched through central London today to protest against the referendum decision to leave the EU.
The march started at Park Lane before setting off on the two-mile route to for Parliament Square.
The BBC reported:
There is no official turn-out figure for this protest but there must be several thousand at least on the streets around Hyde Park corner.
There are whole families here as well as the young, the middle-aged, the elderly, British, European, Londoners, as well as those who have travelled from further afield.
The protest has been organised hastily, with a call put out on social media less than a week ago. Today many of those who spent the week sharing anti-Brexit memes online have turned up to voice their concerns in person.
Here’s some more photos of the demonstrators, and their placards and banners, in Parliament Square.
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