Brexit March: The best signs and jokes from the People's Vote March

Brexit March: The best signs and jokes from the People's Vote March

Around half-a-million people have taken to the streets of London to demand a second referendum on the Brexit deal.

The protest will be the biggest on Brexit to date and will send a clear message to prime minister Theresa May that the British people deserve to have another say.

The Independent's Final Say petition has already surpassed 900,000 signatures, with a call for a second referendum winning support from politicians and celebrities alike.

As always, people have chosen to be creative and original with their signs and messages, the best of which have been compiled in this handy article for you to enjoy.

There were more than a few pop culture references.

There were quite a few joke signs, mocking how bad they think the Brexit situation is.

Who invited Elon Musk?

Gotta hand it to this bookstore for getting involved as well.

Delia Smith turned up with a very appropriate t-shirt.

Picture: Wheatley/WENN

It's safe to say that the likes of May, David Davis, Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg aren't the most popular people amongst this crowd.


Wouldn't you know it? Theresa May is there after all.

Picture: John Keeble/Getty Images

'Exit Brexit' - we see what you did there.


The puns keep on coming.

Pictures: REUTERS/Simon Dawson

A Titanic mistake?

Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

There were dogs. Even dogs think there should be a second referendum!

Picture: Gustavo Valiente / i-Images

They do have a point.

Hugh Grant sent his apologies for not being there but rest assured he is there in spirit.

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