#StopTheCoup! Join the nationwide wave of protests

We can’t let Boris Johnson shut down democracy.

28th August 2019

Boris Johnson is trying to shut down our democracy so that he can deliver on his Brexit agenda. 

We we can’t just rely on the courts or parliamentary process to save the day. We all have a duty to stand up and be counted.

This Saturday, we’re organising a nationwide wave of protests. Join us and invite everyone you know. Let’s make it huge.

Aberdeen, 12 noon at the Castlegate. Event here.

Belfast, 10 am, City Hall. Event here.

Birmingham, 1 pm on Victoria Square by the Council House. Event here.

Bournemouth, 11 am, Bournemouth Square. Event here.

Bodmin, 11 am, Mount Folly Square. Event here.

Brighton, 12 noon, The Level BN1 4ZN. Event here.

Bristol, 12 noon, College Green. Event here.

Cambridge, 12 noon, outside The Guildhall, Market Square. Event here.

Clitheroe, 11am, Bull Ring, Clitheroe Market. Event here.

Dundee, 2 pm, City Square. Event here.

Edinburgh, 12 noon, Holyrood. Event here.

Exeter, 11 am, Bedford Square. Event here.

Glasgow, 2 pm, George Square. Event here.

Hull, 12 noon, Hull City Hall. Event here.

Leeds, 11 am, Henry Moor Institute, Cookridge St. Event here.

Liverpool, 12 noon, St George’s Hall. Event here.

London, 12 noon, Downing Street. Event here.

Leamington Spa, 12 noon in the Pump Room Gardens. Event here.

Manchester, 12 noon, Cathedral Gardens. Event here.

Newcastle, 12 noon, Grey’s Monument. Event here.

Nottingham,  11 am, Brian Clough Statue close to Old Market Square. Event here.

Northampton, 11 am, Cobbler’s statue, middle of Abington St. Event here.

Oxford, 11 am, Broad Street outside Balliol College. Event here.

Plymouth, 11am, Armada Dial. Event here.

Romsey, 10am, Palmerston Statue. Facebook event here.

Southampton, 12 noon, The Peace Fountain. Event here.

Sheffield, 11 am, Town Hall. Event here.

Swansea, 12 noon, Big Screen at Castle Square. Event here.

Swindon, 11 am, 29 Wood St. Event here.

Tavistock, Friday (!) 12:30, Lockyer House, Paddons Row PL19 0HF. Event here.

Tonbridge and Malling, 11 am, The Big Bridge, High Street. Event here.

Windsor, 11 am, Windsor Bridge. Event here.

Worcester, Cathedral Square, 12 noon. Event here.

York, 11 am, St Helen’s Square. Event here.

International

Amsterdam, 2 pm, Dam Square. Event here.
Berlin, 11 am, Unter den Linden 77. Event here.
Riga, 1 pm, British Embassy. Event here.

And see even more protests on this map:

See you in the streets!


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