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June 2016

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London Still Stays - anti-Brexit

Trafalgar Square, London. Tue 28 Jun 2016

  

 
 People gather in the rain for a protest after the Brexit vote. Everyone feels cheated as politicians deny the promises

 they made to get the Brexit vote. And despondent at the idea of leaving the EU. 'We still love the EU'

 'THis is not democracy and we are not pawns in your game'

 'Brexit Fuxit', 'We stand together #remain'

 

 'THis country needs EU'

 A speaker says we have to support people in public places against racial attacks and abuse

 

 'Democracy cannot be built on lies'

  Some had face paint
 

with EU flags 

and the flag of Gibraltar. Spain will try to get control once we are outside the EU 

'Stop scapegoating European Immigrants' 

Young Korean women were also protesting in the square against a miltary agreement between Japan and South Korea
and say the issue of the Korean Women used as sexual slaves for Japanese in WW2 is not solved.  

'Politicians are like sperm. One in a million turns out to be human' 
     
Donnachadh McCarthy 'Love Not Leave' 

 

'Not in OUr Name - No to Lies & Xenophobia' 
 
An I-heart-shaped version of the Eurpoean flag
   

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