The People’s Vote march in pictures

Students from across the country marched yesterday in support of a public vote on the terms of the final deal on Brexit. The organisers believe as many as 700,000 people marched.

London Student’s very own Will Durrant was there to photograph the whole thing.

Protesting students from UCL gather in Parliament Square.
A UKIP activist is interviewed by the press in London. A pro-Brexit demonstration took place at the same time in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, organised by the group Leave Means Leave.
1,200 supporters were reportedly in attendance with Nigel Farage and Kate Hoey speaking. 
An activist calls for an end to structural racism across Home Office agencies.
56% of Northern Ireland voters supported remaining in the EU in the 2016 Referendum. The border between Northern Ireland and Ireland has proven to be one of the most complex issues during negotiations with the EU.
Although exact figures are difficult to calculate, a YouGov determined that 71% of 18-24 year olds who voted, wanted to stay in the EU.
Anti-racist activists confront counter-protesters.
KCL students march in support of the EU.

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