The Best Placards From London's 'March For Europe'

Today in London's Parliament Square, thousands gathered to protest against Britain's decision to leave the EU. Last week's referendum has divided the country in a manner not seen since Will Young and Gareth Gates' Pop Idol showdown in 2002, however many believe that the public have made the wrong decision this time. Thankfully this doesn't mean you'll see Europe in some shitty West End musical before it eventually fades into obscurity, It'll be okay. But it does mean that many arguably more terrible things will happen including the end of free movement, a withdrawal from the single market and an end to many worker's rights laws.

Here are a few of our favourite placards of the day:

There was a running theme of 90's pop lyrics. A sign of a millennial rebellion if ever I've seen one.

There was a running theme of 90's pop lyrics. A sign of a millennial rebellion if ever I've seen one.

Words and photography by Patrick Heardman