A pro-Brexit, Eurosceptic political pressure group organisation Leave Means Leave held a protest outside Downing Street, the residency of the British PM Theresa May.
Activists shouted slogans against the Brexit divorce paper "in order to ensure that each and every Cabinet member has to walk the Brexit gauntlet before going into Number 10 and selling out our Nation to the EU."
Meanwhile, the senior ministers of the UK government gathered by the PM discussed the proposal on the future of the UK-EU relationship.
I want to leave at any cost— Ila Marsh (@ki_ki_333) November 14, 2018
"Leave means Leave". Outside Downing Street, 14 November 2018. #Brexit pic.twitter.com/RrIS9rD6KH— ⭐La tristessa durera (@Briesias) November 14, 2018
Remainers and Leavers are facing up to each other outside Downing Street! This could all get a bit Battle of Helms Deep pic.twitter.com/jX5nLaJfr1— Joey D'Urso (@josephmdurso) November 14, 2018
Papped outside Downing Street pic.twitter.com/YvvZSrdcDs— Ian Silvera (@ianjsilvera) November 14, 2018
We're stationed in Whitehall ready for the PM and Cabinets arrival for the historic 2pm Cabinet meeting.— Leave Means Leave (@LeaveMnsLeave) November 14, 2018
Get down here if you can! pic.twitter.com/pO7GQZACGq
Small counter "Leave means leave" protest of around 15 people holding huge EU flags. Downing St 14 November 2018 #Brexit pic.twitter.com/hSi4ck0Plc— ⭐La tristessa durera (@Briesias) November 14, 2018
🚨PROTEST🚨— Leave Means Leave (@LeaveMnsLeave) November 14, 2018
Get down to Downing Street at 1pm today and join @LeaveMnsLeave in putting pressure on our political leaders to reject the worst deal in history https://t.co/WM4NpyCqOU