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People’s Vote march placards: the good, the bad and the ugly

People's Vote march placards: the good, the bad and the ugly
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It's the day of the People's Vote march and over half a million protesters are estimated to have descended on the capital to call for a second referendum. The pro-EU protesters have brought with them a range of placards – while some parents have opted to simply save paper and write pro-EU slogans on their children's backs.

Mr S will leave readers to rank today's offerings:

https://twitter.com/brokenbottleboy/status/1053612226219831296

https://twitter.com/HenryCPorter/status/1053646639750098945

https://twitter.com/mpvine/status/1053678434369572864

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https://twitter.com/mpvine/status/1053677481092374529

https://twitter.com/iandonald_psych/status/1053687618125398019

https://twitter.com/DotLepkowska/status/1053687748505280513

https://twitter.com/philmonkey/status/1053687712488792064

https://twitter.com/gr8britbreakoff/status/1053687505311145984

https://twitter.com/reyaazm/status/1053660049506213888

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