BREXIT LIVE: People

The march takes place in the capital on Park Lane and ends at the Parliament Square.

A list of politicians and celebrities are present, including Delia Smith and Dragon's Den star, Deborah Meaden.

Sadiq Khan has also given his support to the vote.

The "popular vote" is linked to the public that has a "last word" about the agreement negotiated by the government.

But people have rejected it as an attempt to re-run the referendum, since they will also have the option of remaining in the European Union.

Peter Hitchens, columnist for Sunday's post, discussed Lord Adonis, from Labor, on the popular vote and criticized it as a dishonest name.

He said: "Who voted in the first, squirrels?"

Leave Means founder Leave Richard Tice told the BBC this morning: "This is a march of people who are basically losers.

"They lost the vote in 2016, then they lost again in 2017. They think they know more than the 17.4 million people who voted to recover our laws, trade and borders.

He said it has been "perpetrated by people who simply can not accept the fact that they lost."

Speaking on talkRADIO, the conservative deputy and chairman of the European Research Group, Jacob Rees-Mogg, gave a quick response when asked if the British should be given another opinion when leaving the European Union.

He said: "You say there may be hundreds of thousands." There were 17.4 million who voted to leave.

"We had the referendum. How many referendums do these proponents want for a second vote?

The decision has been made and needs to be implemented. "

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100,000 are expected to march on the streets. (Image: REUTERS)

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The march will take place in the capital of Park Lane and will end in the Parliament Square. (Image: GETTY)

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It is claimed that half a million people attended the march. (Image: SKY)

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6 pm Update: Popular vote march on the future, not the past & # 39; – Khan

The mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, tweeted on Twitter: "Today's march @peoplesvote_uk is about the future, not about the past.

"Let the message sound, from the thousands here today, which is the moment.

"It is time for this vital issue to be taken out of the hands of politicians and returned to the British people."

4.25pm ​​update: & # 39; The tragedy of this country is being divided by generation & # 39; – Lib Dem leader Cable

Addressing the rally, Sir Vince Cable said it was the "majority" of his generation that voted to withdraw, "taking away" young voters.

He said: "There is no better deal than what we have now: it is better for Great Britain and better for Europe."

After his speech, Sir Vince added: "I think people have woken up to the possible disaster.

"Even if they negotiate an agreement, it will be a bad agreement, where we will spend years under the rules of the European Union, but we have nothing to do with them and beyond that there is a cliff edge."

"We have realized that there is not a good business and many people are scared, people are worried."

Update at 4 p. M: "We are WINNING the plot & # 39; – Tory MP Soubry

The conservative deputy, Anna Soubry, tells the crowd cheering in Parliament Square: "We are winning the argument, especially against those who voted for the absence."

"We will take responsibility and we will fix this mess".

Paul Withers takes over the live reports of Matt Drake

Update of 3.55pm: the organizers INCREASE estimated attendance

The organizers now claim that there were 670,000 people marching, which is more than six times the number they anticipated.

A spokesman for the popular vote protest said that the number is an estimate based on information from the curators along the route.

They said that the figure had been presented to the police in the protest, which would not confirm or deny the estimated number claimed by popular vote.

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Vince Cable and other politicians are expected to attend. (Image: GETTY)

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Update at 3: 40pm: Lib Dems deliver fudge work

The sweets have a label that says "Work Brexit Policy".

Update at 3:30 pm: the protest arrives at the Parliament Square

The protest by the popular vote has arrived at the Place of the Parliament, with politicians and celebrities addressing crowds of activists.

Large screens have been configured to transmit the event to the crowds.

3:00 pm update: "Pee station" set up for dogs with photos of Brexiteer in it

Dogs are encouraged to urinate in the photos of Jacob Rees-Mogg.

Update of 2.50pm: Work remains SILENT in March

The labor leadership has not commented on the progress.

There is even speculation that frontbenchers were asked not to attend.

Update at 2:30 p.m .: Crowds call for "END of the nations"

You can hear the crowd singing: "Without borders, without nations, stop deportations."

Update at 2:20 pm: Nigel Farage demands from politicians RESPECT DEMOCRACY

He told Sky News: "We need our politicians to respect democracy and respect the will of the people. And another referendum puts us frankly in greater uncertainty for a year or two.

"All we ask is that the decision of the referendum be applied as promised by the establishment."

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Update at 22.22 hours: counterbalancing done in Harrogate

Nigel Farage leads the charge with his "Leave Means Leave" rally.

Update of 1.45pm: Chuka Umunna "confirms" that more than half a million people attended the march

The Labor and pro-EU parliamentarian tweeted: CONFIRMED: More than 500,000 people have come to London to back a popular vote! #PeoplesVoteMarch. "

Update at 1:15 pm: Theresa May does not seem bothered by the protests

While those who remain take to the streets to protest against Brexit, the Prime Minister was surprised watching the entries to the art contest & # 39; Maidenhead and Me & # 39;

Update of 1.05pm: March FINALLY starts up

Sadiq Khan is leading the way. He was greeted with applause upon his arrival.

12.35pm update: "#LOSERSvote" – rival hashtag trends on Twitter

In response to the pro-EU "#Peoplesvote" hashtag, the Brexiteers began mocking the protesters as "losers", possibly a reference to Richard Tice's previous comments.

Update at 12.30 pm: March is moving, but stopped after 50 meters

Large crowds in and around the cord are making it difficult for people to walk in unison.

The protesters have traveled from all over Britain.

Marching under the "Islanders for Europe" sign, Glenn Kobanny said he had traveled from the Isle of Wight this morning to be part of the protest.

The 52-year-old native of the island said: "It's just a load of nonsense, it was a lot of lies to begin with.

"I regret that people fall in love with lies, but we talk to those who leave us as much as we talk to those who stay and are just as fed up with that."

Many of their groups took three types of transportation to be in London today, traveling by bus, boat and train.

Update of 11.58 in the morning: thousands of activists for the "popular vote" meet in London

Thousands of activists against Brexit gathered in central London to request a second referendum.

The People's Vote March will start from Park Lane at noon and end at a rally in Parliament Square.

Simon Chater is part of the Devon group for Europe, which organized eight coaches to take the activists to London for the event.

The 69-year-old from South Devon said: "This is the first time in my life that I've been a politician."

He said that 400 people had traveled in coaches organized by the group, and some left Devon at 6 am.

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Thousands of protesters begin to meet. (Image: PA)

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Update at 11:30 am: NHS Chief Against Brexit warns about privatization

Dr. Mike Goldsworthy said: "Our government is burning money on public officials and customs officials and is throwing billions at Brexit instead of our nurses and doctors. It's a bonfire of money.

"We are driving away EU nurses We are storing medicines because our supplies are in danger The first thing that happens if we leave the EU is the trade agreement with Donald Trump."

"Donald Trump wants to privatize the NHS, nobody wants that, but can we stop it?

"We absolutely need the vote of a people, with the option of getting rid of Brexit completely, pain is absolutely everything, but there is no gain."

Update from 11.07 a.m. Protesters display banner "to stop Tory Brexit"

The remoaners displayed a huge banner in protest of the Brexit.

It reads: "Stop Tory Brexit, free movement for all, another Europe is possible"

The demonstrators also let out red smoke.

10.30 am update: popular vote activists are losers & # 39 ;, according to the Brexiteer leader

Leave Means founder Leave Richard Tice told the BBC this morning: "This is a march of people who are basically losers.

"They lost the vote in 2016, then they lost again in 2017. They think they know more than the 17.4 million people who voted to recover our laws, trade and borders.

He said it has been "perpetrated by people who simply can not accept the fact that they lost."

Update at 9.40 am: an anonymous £ 250,000 Facebook ad campaign appears to urge voters to oppose the Ladies

A campaign run anonymously has spent more than £ 250,000 on Facebook to encourage people to oppose Theresa May's Brexit agreement.

The notices are directed to individual groups with micro objectives so that voters "tell their local parliamentarian about garbage inspectors".

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The prime minister did not seem upset by the protests in London. (Image: PA)

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The remoaners deployed a huge banner in protest of the Brexit (Image: PA)

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There could be a counter-protest by Brexiteers (Image: TWITTER – @BulletBlueSky)

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9.30 am update: "People Trainer" traveling from Yorkshire until March

The echo from the north reported that hundreds of people are heading towards the march.

Update at 8.30 am: Sadiq Khan tweets his support for Brexit

The mayor of London said on Twitter: "As mayor, I take care of Londoners and we need a public vote on Brexit."