Nigel Farage leads march over 'Brexit betrayal'

Nigel Farage at march

Leading hundreds of people in the protest, Nigel Farage said: "The will of the people is very clear".

The group says the vehicles will ensure "marchers, onlookers and the rest of the nation are reminded of the contradictions, lies and hypocrisies that Nigel Farage has peddled throughout his campaign to ensure the United Kingdom leaves the European Union in the most disruptive and unsafe way possible". "It is beginning to look like it doesn't want to leave and the message from this march is if you think you can walk all over us we will march straight back to you".

They were joined by a group of counter-protesters, including from the anti-Brexit grassroots campaign Led By Donkeys. Parliament will vote Wednesday on whether to leave the European Union without a deal.

Marchers will make their way to Middlesbrough tomorrow and are due to pass through other "Leave" voting areas such as Pontefract, Doncaster and Wellingborough before arriving in London on March 29, the scheduled date of Brexit, where a mass rally will be held in Parliament Square.

Several anti-Brexit protesters gathered as the march got under way, with angry rows breaking out between the two sides.

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Pro-Eu campaigners waving heart-shape placards bearing slogans such as "We love workers" rights" and "We love free movement' met the marchers as they set off and one woman waved blue and yellow flares, the colour of the European flag. "They've got their no-deal taken off the table by four votes", he said. "I'm sorry, but that really riles me".

"They're going to get kicked out, them people, and they're an absolute damned disgrace".

One counter-protester, Frank Hindle, said he was there "to point out that not everybody agrees with this crowd".

Discussing the no-deal Brexit that numerous marchers are calling for, he said: "The impact that will have on businesses and on prices, and on the availability of things like medicines and so forth, it doesn't bear thinking about".

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