Manchester Stop Brexit March – October 1st

by jontwigge on 31 August, 2017

Join the march on Sunday October 1st in Manchester as we march on the Conservative Party Conference to demand that Brexit is stopped!

Get your marching boots on… Come and make some noise!

The Stop Brexit March is a national demonstration, supported by Professor AC Grayling and Alastair Campbell. It brings like-minded people together from across the country on Sunday 1 October 2017 to protest at the Conservative Party Conference: To demand one thing – #StopBrexit

We will be assembling from 11 a.m. at Whitworth Park, where we are holding a Mass Rally; with speakers, entertainment – and a rather special surprise. All marchers should be in the park no later than 1.30 p.m. From there, we will be marching along the Oxford Road to the Convention Centre.

After the march, before making your way home, we encourage you to join the street party being organised by the local remain groups Manchester for Europe and NW4EU; with more speakers and entertainment scheduled to start from 3pm.

Manchester is where Brexit must be stopped.


4 Responses

  1. Barry oldham says:

    Do you not believe in democracy .no chance of my vote any more.

    • paulankers says:

      Sorry to hear that Barry. In my view, democracy never stops. There are always two sides to every debate. Many things that change never stop being debated, like the death penalty or grammar schools.
      In the end, I don’t think marches like this will make the difference. It will be because Teresa May & David Davis don’t seem to have a plan.

  2. Michael Poynton says:

    We had a referendum, the British people had their say and the result was that we will leave the EU. What is it about that result that you lot don’t understand?

    • jontwigge says:

      The whole point of democracy is that people campaign for what they believe in.

      There are elections for the UK government normally every five years. If you don’t like the result of one general election there is always a chance to change it a few years later. With Brexit if it goes through it will not be so easy to reverse and, in my opinion, the public should vote on the deal on offer, not just leave without knowing what it means.

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