The British people took part in the anti-European march. (Source: Reuters)
Overseas Network, August 14, according to the British Independent News reported on the 14th, although the deadline for Britain to leave Europe is approaching, but the situation is still not clear. To express their dissatisfaction, a large number of British people plan to take part in a new round of large-scale protest marches in London on October 19, asking the British government to hold a new round of referendum to decide whether to leave Europe or not.
According to statistics, the protest has been supported by hundreds of non-governmental organizations around the UK. According to event planners, the new protest march was set shortly before the deadline for Britains exit from Europe (October 31) in order to set off the climax of the national movement in Britain.
Labour MP David Lamy said: This parade is to change history. People need to hear our appeals. For the future of our children, for the development of our country, for the democratic process in Britain, we must move forward.
Since last year, a number of large-scale demonstrations have taken place in the UK in response to the issue of holding a referendum on the secession from Europe again. In June 2018, more than 100,000 British people gathered on the streets of London to demand a new referendum. In October 2018, the second major demonstration broke out, bringing the number of people on the streets to 700,000. On March 23 this year, as many as 1 million people participated in a demonstration entitled Delegating Decision-making Power to the People, reiterating the need to hold a referendum again.
Boris Johnson, the new British Prime Minister, has taken a clear and tough stand on the issue of de-Europeanization, and he has repeatedly stressed that in any way, he will lead Britain to de-Europeanization by October 31.