Anti-Brexit campaigners are planning a series of protests at each of the main parties’ annual conferences this autumn. No problem with that, as the right to protest is an important aspect of a democracy. Here is the poster for the protest in Manchester:
Significantly, the October protest is in Manchester ‘to coincide with‘ the Tory conference, while the Labour one is at Labour’s Conference venue:
The SKWAWKBOX can reveal that a move is planned inside Conference by ‘moderates’ desperate to disrupt Jeremy Corbyn’s surging popularity to disrupt Labour’s Conference by means of either a ‘mirror’ protest inside the hall or a ‘walk-out’ to join protesters outside, which of course makes an even bigger mockery of the term ‘moderate’ than it already is.
Many of those protesting outside the venue will, no doubt, be doing so because they genuinely think they have a duty to prevent the UK leaving the EU…
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