After a week of turmoil for Brexit talks, there was a massive turn out on Saturday to protest Brexit and demand a second referendum. One million people took to the streets of London and many these protesters were armed with hilarious signs.
Here are our 8 of the best signs from Saturday's Brexit protest:
A sign with Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson and Fyre Festival founders Ja Rule and business partner Billy McFarland. Two disastrous duos, you can see where they have drawn similarities.
— Raphael Satter (@razhael) March 23, 2019
2.When Geri left the Spice Girls
A spot on Spice Girls reference, poor Geri.
Sign at the London anti Brexit protest (friend posted) pic.twitter.com/BtjOZ0OqbM
— Jackie Kashian is in an airport (@jackiekashian) October 20, 2018
3.Ikea has better Cabinets
Brilliant, Ikea is proving to have more reliable cabinets.
4.Fromage not Farage
Love this slogan. A lot of food reference came through from the protest to highlight the need for a multicultural society in the UK.
— Dr Ben White (@drbenwhite) July 2, 2016
5. Proof that pulling out does not work
This mother, daughter duo have a fantastic sense of humour with this sign.
6.Simple but to the point- Stop Brexit
This old man with his tiny cardboard sign is adorable. You tell them!
7. Never gonna give "EU" up
A clever play on words and nod to the Rick Astley classic never gonna give you up.
— Gabby D. (@GabnDad) March 23, 2019
8. Aside from food, another reason for embracing a multicultural society
— Susanne Henke ???????? (@LanguageGap) March 24, 2019
A petition to Revoke Article 50 and remain in the EU has reached over 5 million signatures, making it the most popular to have been submitted to the parliament website. The public has spoken.