Brexit Rally on Feb the 25th
The People’s Charter Foundation, whose recent series of #PeopleHaveSpoken pro-Brexit protests, have featured in the media have announced a new event in collaboration with the Bruges Group. The next pro-Brexit rally will be on Saturday the 25th of Feb as requested by the people.
Our “full Brexit” campaign is non-partisan, welcoming all the 52%. We are bringing together as many Brexiteers as possible for a Pro-Brexit Rally on Feb the 25th at the George V Statue, opposite the Houses of Parliament. Please see The Peoples Charter Facebook page for more details. Please support and share.
Speakers attending on Feb the 25th in London so far include:
– Elizabeth Jones, NEC member, UKIP;
– Robert Oulds, Chair, The Bruges Group;
– Rory Broomfield, Director, BETTER OFF OUT;
– John Petley, Operations Manager, Campaign for an Independent Britain;
– Alex Nieora, former GLA candidate, UKIP;
– Simon Gibb, Director, Libertarian Home;
– Luke Nash-Jones, Director, The People’s Charter Foundation;
– Charlie Sammonds, Chair, Young Chartists;
(Speakers list may be subject to change according to schedules of MPs/MEPs)
The People’s Charter Foundation was established to promote democracy and freedom for all Britons, regardless of their race, gender, sexuality or religion. Luke Nash-Jones, founder of this new Chartist movement calling for democracy states, “The British people clearly voted for a real Brexit, that being not just to leave the Single Market, but to take back control of our borders. It is not just the disastrous EU policy of free movement, but also the high levels of immigration which have put too much pressure on housing, hospitals, and also driven down wages. We have a shortage of jobs, not workers. Britain needs an Australian-style points-based immigration system.”
The plan in London is as follows:
11:00 – Gather outside the Houses of Parliament by George the V Statue
12:30- Once fully massed there will be a speeches – from MPs, MEPs, the Bruges Group, Bow Group, and others. At some stage the MPs, including the Chancellor, will arrive, meaning the media will be about.
13:30- Media, Interviews, Photo’s and networking whilst quiet peaceful static protest.
13:50-14:00 Disbanding from the area, End of demonstration. Make our way to a drinks reception with speakers
Here is the artwork of the banners and placards for the protest: https://goo.gl/IFfZeA
For clarity: we are not a political party but a “full Brexit” campaign group similar to Leave.EU, Vote Leave, Leave Means Leave, and others. We arranged the Nov and Dec pro-Brexit rallies, and we look forward to seeing you all on the 21st. #ThePeopleHaveSpoken