Brexit March: The difference between the People's Vote and Leave Means Leave in 8 pictures

Greg Evans
Saturday 20 October 2018 15:30
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There are two Brexit demonstrations in the UK today.

The one you have probably heard of is the People's Vote March in London, where more than half-a-million people have made it known that they want a second referendum.

It proved to be quite an event, which sent a firm message to prime minister Theresa May and Brexiteers, with people displaying their disgruntlement with Brexit with their voices and witty signs.

Picture: EPA/VICKIE FLORES(EPA/VICKIE FLORES)

Picture: NIKLAS HALLE'N / AFP(Picture: NIKLAS HALLE'N / AFP)

Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire(Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire)

Picture: Pete Maclaine / i-Images(Picture: Pete Maclaine / i-Images)

The second demonstration took place in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, and was a pro-Brexit event organised by the group Leave Means Leave.

Speaking at the event were the likes of Nigel Farage, Kate Hoey and Owen Paterson, with 1,200 Brexiteers reportedly in attendance.

We're not passing judgement here but lets take a quick look at what happened at the event.

Picture: Leave Means Leave(Picture: Leave Means Leave)

Picture: Leave Means Leave(Picture: Leave Means Leave)
Picture: Leave Means Leave(Picture: Leave Means Leave)

Picture: Leave Means Leave(Picture: Leave Means Leave)

That being said, certainly looks like there were a fair few empty chairs if this tweet from the Labour Leave campaign is anything to go by...

If you believe that the British people deserve to have a final say on the Brexit deal then please sign the Independent's petition.

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