No10 Vigil says stop Brexit
Downing St, London. Mon 19 Nov 2018
Faux Bojo - Boris impersonator Drew Galdron performs
'Brexit is a Crime Scene' with Brexiteers lying, using donations from
outside the country, and not declaring costs
properly. Some investigations into them appear to have been blocked
by the government.
I wsn't sure if this was a lizard or a dinosaur. The banner says 'Welcome
to the Brexit Circus'
'Boris Johnson - The great
A rather different EU flag
The chorus backing Faux Bojo hold a Theresa May puppet - or Theresa
Faux Bojo is joined by EU Supergirl Madelina Kay, Young European of
the Year 2018
EU Supergirl Madelina Kay, awarded Young European of the Year 2018
by the Schwarzkopf Foundation
They perform a 'punk' Brexit song together
People go across the road to 'welcome' Brexiteers who are about to
emerge from a Dwoning St meeting with Theresa May
People shout slogans as they emerge, icnouding 'Bollocks to Brexit'
and wave EU and other flags
and shouted demanding a people's vote on Brexit no we have an idea
what Brexit really means. What six months
ago seemed impossible increasingly seems to be one possible outcome...
and many who supported Leave
have now changed their minds when they see what it would mean, either
in the deal that Theresa May is trying
to get though Parliament despite few on any side thinking it a good
deal, or in the increasingly bleak prospect
of 'No Deal'. Though some on the right are still putting out the
lies about it, they seem to be losing credibility.
When the Brexiteers had left, people slowly moved back across Whitehall
to continue the vigil, but I went home
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