Let us examine the photos provided by the BBC.
- An aerial view of a crowd that could be anybody, protesting anything from the last twenty years.
- A nice, close shot to make the Nottingham crowd look bigger than it is.
- Two soy saturated cabbage heads who dragged their child into their mindless politics, posed tellingly in front of a large quantity of unused protest signs. Soros wasted a few quid there.
- A pack of morons who belong on the other side of the Brandenburg Gate, about fifty years ago. Live the dream of the Workers Paradise, you slack jawed Jacks-a-napes.
Demonstrations are taking place across the UK against Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament in the run-up to Brexit.
Thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in cities including Manchester, Leeds, York and Belfast.
In London, Whitehall has been brought to a standstill, with demonstrators chanting “Boris Johnson, shame on you”.
A small group of counter-protesters, marching in support of the prime minister, also arrived in Westminster.
Mr Johnson’s plan to prorogue Parliament prompted an angry backlash from MPs and opponents of a no-deal Brexit when he announced it on Wednesday.
When Parliament is suspended, no debates and votes are held. This is different to “dissolving” Parliament - where all MPs give up their seats to campaign in a general election.
If this prorogation happens as expected, it will see Parliament closed for 23 working days.
Critics view the length and timing of the prorogation - coming just weeks before the Brexit deadline on 31 October - as controversial.