A flock of sheep was herded along Whitehall on Thursday by campaigners who say a no-deal Brexit could force half of UK farms out of business. Six sheep were led past government buildings by the People's Vote campaign group during the launch of its Farmers For A People's Vote offshoot.
The spectacle, which lasted around half an hour, ended outside The Farmers' Club at 3 Whitehall Court, where the groups held a press conference to launch a report about the effects of no deal on agriculture.
Panellists included Welsh Conservative anti-Brexit MP Guto Bebb, who said he will step down at the next election over Brexit and branded the consequences of no-deal "devastating".
Featuring interviews with Liz Webster, farmer and lib deb campaigner and Guto Bebb, Conservative MP for Aberconwy.