THOUSANDS are expected to march through central London today against the “betrayal” of Brexit.
The event, linked to UKIP and Tommy Robinson has sparked controversy within the Westminster political establishment.
UKIP’s closeness to Mr Robinson’s has sparked a civil war within UKIP with several MEP’s and it’s former leader Nigel Farage quitting the party in revolt.
Despite this, thousands of Kippers have praised leader Gerard Batten for refusing to cave to mainstream media pressure.
The protest meeting point is at the Dorchester Hotel on Park Lane and will then follow a route set by police to the end point in Parliament Street.
No cars are allowed on the route and only 90 minutes is being allowed for the procession from 12.30pm to 2pm.
The Evening Standard reported that “Almost 4,000 people have said they are going or interested in going on a Facebook event page set up ahead of the Brexit Betrayal Rally.”
Organisers added: “This is a cross-party People’s Rally to show our MPs that the 17.4 million who voted Leave really meant what we said.”