Hundreds of people gather in Parliament Square in London in anticipation of the arrival of hundreds of thousands of pro-Europeans from across Britain marching through London calling for another referendum on EU membership. The protesters are expected to arrive after making their way from Hyde Park to the Houses of Parliament in Westminster, London. The protest — set to be one of the largest in the capital in decades — comes after EU leaders this week granted a delay to Brexit, prompting Prime Minister Theresa May to make a renewed bid to win MPs’ backing for her divorce deal. IMAGES of people gathering in Parliament Square ahead of the arrival of the protesters making their way from Hyde Park
Images of the Houses of Parliament in London ahead of a vote on a no-deal exit from the European Union. The House of Commons is expected to vote against leaving the bloc without a deal, although it remains the default option come March 29 unless an alternative can be secured. IMAGES of the Palace of Westminster
Pro and anti-Brexit demonstrators in front of the Houses of Parliament react as British Prime Minister Theresa May announces she is delaying a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal.
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to attend the weekly Prime Minister’s Questions at the Houses of Parliament after British and European Union negotiators reached a draft agreement on Brexit. IMAGES
A car crashed into barriers outside Britain’s Houses of Parliament in a suspected terror attack, injuring a “number of pedestrians” yards from where five people were killed last year. Police say they have arrested the driver, in his late 20s, and are holding him on suspicion of terrorist offences.
(14 Aug 2018) London police say that a car has crashed into barriers outside the Houses of Parliament and that there are a number of injured. Police said that the driver of car, a man, was arrested at scene after the incident Tuesday morning. (Aug. 14)
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Hundreds of nurses from Britain’s national health service protest outside the Houses of Parliament in London demanding an end to the government’s pay cap on public sector workers.
The UK’s Houses of Parliament have been hit by a cyber-attack according to a parliamentary spokesperson.
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Following a narrow victory by those voting for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union, recriminations about who’s to blame are flying in the Remain camp.
Younger voters overwhelmingly voted to stay in the EU and have pointed the finger at their parents’ and grandparents’ generations who were the main force behind Leave. VICE News sent Simon Ostrovsky to a rally outside the Houses of Parliament in London to put depressed Remain voters on the couch.
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