Here are some pictures that I hope capture the spirit of the Sunday’s march in Liverpool.
It seems that Labour Party policy is moving in the right direction with the possibility of a referendum with a remain option on it being accepted but there’s still a long way to go to stop Brexit breaking Britain.
These two are too young to vote but not too young to have their future’s damaged by Brexit.
This woman had a timely (and very polite) reminder for Jeremy Corbyn to listen to those of us who are don’t see Brexit as a viable way forward.
When you’re faced with a disaster as big a Brexit, humour is an essential part of changing people’s minds. These folks wanted to show us who the people behind Brexit really are.
Here we are, gathered on the Pier Head in front of the Three Graces, waiting for the great and the good from the Labour Movement to tell us what we already know: Labour needs to give everyone the opportunity to say we don’t want to do Brexit now we know what it means.
Watching these flags flying in front of the Liver Building, I tried to imagine what John Lennon might have said. Here’s what I came up with:
Imagine there’s no Brexit
It’s easy if you try
No billionaires to bow to
Above us EU flags fly
Imagine all the people
Livin’ in the EU in peace
You may say I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll vote with us
And the ghost of Brexit will be gone.