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2012: Born Digital Wine Awards: No Pay No Jay – best investigative wine story

2012: International Wine Challenge – Personality of the Year Award

Monday, 25 June 2018

People's March Saturday 23rd June – photos

Mrs EU @Parliament Square 

People jam on Pall Mall

Parliament Square

We were proud to have been on the huge People's Vote March on Saturday 23rd June. There was a great friendly, carnival atmosphere. Crowd estimates vary but there were certainly more than 100,000 people marching demanding a vote on the final deal and there may have been up to 500,000 according to some estimates. There were people from all over the UK and of all age groups on the march. 

The march was so big that it took us more than two and half hours to move very slowly from the western end of Pall Mall to Parliament Square.

Here are some photos from the event. The demand is that people get a chance to accept or reject the final deal, whatever it may be with an option to keep the deal we already have with the EU. It is not a second referendum but a chance to look at what is on offer. 

Marchers meeting up outside the Ritz

People making their way down Saint James's 
to the start in Pall Mall


Putin – the real Mr Brexit

West Berks Brexitometer

Passing Downing Street

Reaching Parliament Square

The end of the March heading down 
Whitehall around 3pm 

A PS from B. Johnson, who is apparently our 'Foreign Secretary', setting out Government policy towards business and industry:


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