Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators filled the streets of London on Saturday to demand a second Brexit referendum while Prime Minister Theresa May was pressured.
The Massive Demonstration ̵
Several British newspapers, including The London Times and The Daily Telegraph. have reported that pressure in May is under pressure to resign.
The demonstrators "Put it to the People" were planning a demonstration in front of Parliament after marching from Park Lane to Parliament Square.
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"I would feel different if this was a well-managed process and the government made sensible decisions , But it's chaos, "said 59-year-old demonstrator Gareth Rae to Reuters. "The land is divided, whatever happens, and it is worse to share a lie."
An EU referendum in 2016 was passed with 1.3 million votes.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, tweeted a video of himself demonstrating a "Put to the People" banner at the front of the march at the start of the march.
He included Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable, who has tweeted that there is "a large participation of people from all walks of life".
The controversial May wrote to legislators on Friday night that they would only bring the EU withdrawal plan into parliament if there seems to be enough backing for the run.
"If it appears that there is not enough support to bring the deal back next week, or the House refuses, we can request another extension before April 12, but that will be included in elections to European Parliament, "she said.
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The Associate Press interviewed the 63-year-old Edmund Sides, who spent the last three weeks with it, from Wales Lo to go to participate in the demonstration.
He expressed concern over the vicious tone that had begun and is worried about national cohesion.
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"People fear that the atmosphere in this country is very dangerous," he said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.