‘Stop Trump, Stop Brexit’ bloc on demonstration against Trump’s visit
On Friday July 13th, a huge demonstration will gather to protest Donald Trump’s visit to the UK5th July 2018
We will be standing with tens – maybe hundreds – of thousands of people, saying very clearly that Trump and his politics of hate are not welcome anywhere near us.
But vicious attacks on migrants are the policy of our government, and that of governments all over Europe. And Brexit is the British franchise of a global movement – of right wing nationalism, bigotry and anti-migrant politics.
So we are marching on July 13th under a specific banner: Stop Trump, Stop Brexit – free movement for all.
Join us outside All Souls Church at near the main assembly point at 1.45pm. We’ll be carrying hundreds of special placards and raising the banner for a world of hope and solidarity.
We will fight for every inch
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