In June 2018 we manged to fill two coaches for the People's Vote March. In October 2018, we were up to six but for the Put It To The People March, we topped out at twelve (including one from Worcester University). If you add the independent travellers, and there were quite a few, there were over 1000 protesters from our area. All the county towns were represented and marched as a group. This upturn in support reflects the change in support across the county, as more and more people support a People's Vote. But the important thing to remember is that the constituency of Worcester City is the 'indicator' marginal in General Elections. Back to the point...the team had a fantastic day out and through cunning planning and experience made it to Parliament Square for the speeches. It was great to be part of one of the largest protests in UK history. We counted them all out and counted them all back, Worcestershire has it's supporters back in place and ready for a People's Vote.
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