The 100 strong March To Leave continues its long walk to Westminster, to the sound of honking car horns and cheering locals.
Today is the fourth of fourteen days of marches down the length of the country which will culminate in a mass rally on 29 March 2019 in Parliament Square.
Led by Leave Means Leave Chairman John Longworth the March To Leave comprises of 50 core marchers who are marching every day of the 270-mile journey from Sunderland to London. These have been joined by 50 local marchers who will be covering one or more legs of the march.
These 100 marchers, limited due to safety requirements, are representing the 17.4 million people who voted to Leave, whose voices have been silenced by the London-centric media and ignored by self-serving MPs.
Despite attempts by hardcore Remainers to disrupt the march with roving advertising vans and bussed-in protestors, the marchers continued undaunted, encouraged by the strong levels of support from the general public.
John Longworth, Chairman of Leave Means Leave said:
Hard core remainers may be trying to sabotage the march but the fact that they are attempting shows how scared they are of us and who we represent.
The fact that remainers from the Westminster bubble have paid for billboards to be driven around the country is rather telling, they would rather not get their shoes dirty.
It is not surprising that the drivers of these Ad-vans are Brexiteers being paid to go against their beliefs, to feed their families. Paying others to do your dirty work seems to be a common trait amongst remain campaigners.
Richard Tice, founder and vice-chairman of Leave Means Leave added:
There is a reason why the so-called “People’s Vote” host all their marches in London, or on the continent.
They know they will be embarrassed were they to attempt to do so outside of the Westminster bubble.
A jaunt around Westminster isn’t a march, it’s an average day for those living in the political bubble.
Instead we are four days into a 270-mile march meeting real people, not the Westminster elite.
Some journalists sneer that the march will achieve nothing, if that is the case why are they so obsessed with us?
These are the same people who predicted with complete confidence that Britain would vote to remain in the EU, and we saw how that turned out.
I would far rather have sore feet than be a sore loser. To quote the President of the USA it is just a bit sad.