British Prime Minister Johnson proposed that the Congress be adjourned until October 14, causing public protest. The United Kingdom broke out in several major cities on August 31. Thousands of people took to the streets to oppose the relevant practices and force no agreement to leave the EU.
In London, about 2,000 demonstrators outside the Prime Minister’s Office at 10 Downing Street, slogan: “Johnson is a liar, shame and fortune.” Some people raised the slogan “Stop a coup, defend democracy, save the future.” Demonstrations were held in several cities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, including Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.
The demonstration was initiated by Anti-European Organization “Another Europe Is Possible” and the left-wing organization “Momentum”. According to the organizers, there are demonstrations in more than 30 locations across the country. The organization called on members to occupy bridges and block roads.
In Exeter, the western city of England, 55-year-old pharmacist Bridie Walton made his first demonstration in the city, criticizing Johnson for closing Congress. She said: “No one has voted for dictatorship.”