People’s Vote London march – when is the Final Say rally and what’s the route and what time does it start?

People’s Vote London march – when is the Final Say rally and what’s the route and what time does it start?

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PROTESTERS are pounding the pavements yet again for the third ‘People’s Vote’ in London later this month.

The Final Say march takes place on Saturday 19 October, here’s all you need to know.

The protesters today descended on Westminster
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When and where is the Final Say rally?

More than 170 coaches have been hired to transport campaigners from across the country to the capital.

The crowd is estimated to be 312,000 to 400,000 strong.

Anti-Brexit MPs and celebrities were among those in attendance
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What’s the route?

It starts at 12pm in Park Lane, marching to Parliament Square where speeches will be held.

MPs, celebrities and influential speakers will deliver their thoughts on the way Brexit has been handled, demanding a second vote.

What’s it for?

The ‘People’s Vote’ is being pushed for the government to allow a second referendum so British people could decide if they still wanted to leave the EU.

Since the first People’s Vote in March, the likelihood of a No Deal Brexit has increased – with Boris Johnson hell-bent on the UK departing the EU on October 31.

The People’s Vote website says: “It’s now clear that this is a crisis that cannot be settled by our prime minister or his government. It can only be settled by us, the people.


“His Brexit crisis has now come down to a simple question about whether we live in a democracy: can we allow Boris Johnson to force No Deal — or another vicious form of Brexit — on our country, without all of us having our voice heard?”


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