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In pictures: the #MarchForEurope protest on Saturday

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Isabelle Aron
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Thousands of people came together in London on Saturday to protest against Brexit and show solidarity with Europe. The March for Europe kicked off at Park Lane and ended up at Parliament Square, where Bob Geldof, Labour MP David Lammy and Lib Demo leader Tim Farron all gave speeches. Pulp frontman Jarvis Cocker also gave a speech in a recorded video message, where he held up a map and said: 'You cannot deny geography. The UK is in Europe'. 

More than 44,000 people had clicked 'attending' on the Facebook event page, and thousands of them turned up on the day to show their support.

 

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There was no shortage of EU puns:

 

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Although, some people just kept it simple:

 

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And remember, folks...

 

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