Tuesday 17 September 2019

In Pictures: Protesters expected to flood streets of Britain to rally against Boris Johnson's latest Brexit move

Handout photo taken with permission from the twitter feed of @JaneJohnsonBakr showing a protest in Penzance, Cornwall against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament for up to five weeks before a Queen's Speech on October 14. Jane Johnson/PA Wire
Handout photo taken with permission from the twitter feed of @JaneJohnsonBakr showing a protest in Penzance, Cornwall against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament for up to five weeks before a Queen's Speech on October 14. Jane Johnson/PA Wire
A young British anti-Brexit protestor advises his fellow supporters to disobey police attempts to remove them from the Parliament's Square. Protestors are continuing to participate during the late evening in front of the Houses of Parliament in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Vudi Xhymshiti)
Handout photo taken with permission from the twitter feed of @judith_everard showing a protest in Shrewsbury against Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament for up to five weeks before a Queen's Speech on October 14. Judith Everard/PA Wire
A demonstrator dressed in black stands outside the Carriage Gates of Parliament in Westminster, London, in protest of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament.Rick Findler/PA Wire
Anti-Brexit supporters continue to participate in a late evening protest in front of the Houses of Parliament in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Vudi Xhymshiti)
Anti-Brexit supporters continue to participate in a late evening protest in front of the Houses of Parliament in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Vudi Xhymshiti)
London Metropolitan Police is aiming to shut down an on-going protest through negotiations with dozens of Anti-Brexit supporters who continue to participate in a late evening protest blocking the Houses of Parliament square in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Vudi Xhymshiti)
A protestor chanting anti-Brexit slogans as London Metropolitan Police is aiming to shut down an ongoing protest through negotiations with dozens of Anti-Brexit supporters who continue to participate in a late evening protest blocking the Houses of Parliament square in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Vudi Xhymshiti)
Police talking to protesters outside Downing Street, London, as demonstrations continue against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Amina Malik/PA Wire
Police talking to protesters outside Downing Street, London, as demonstrations continue against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Amina Malik/PA Wire
Police talking to protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as demonstrations continue against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Jess Glass/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as demonstrations continue against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament.Jess Glass/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as demonstrations continue against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament.Jess Glass/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as demonstrations continue against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament.Jess Glass/PA Wire
Kayden, 11, waves an EU flag and Union Jack in front of a line of police officers outside Downing Street, London Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Anti-Brexit supporters take part in a protest at College Green near the Houses of Parliament in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Protesters stop traffic outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as they demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters stop traffic outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as they demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters stop traffice outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as they demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Anti-Brexit supporters take part in a protest near the Houses of Parliament in central London, Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson maneuvered Wednesday to give his political opponents even less time to block a no-deal Brexit before the Oct. 31 withdrawal deadline, winning Queen Elizabeth II's approval to suspend Parliament. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott addresses protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott joins protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters from Another Europe is Possible outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament.Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Shadow home secretary Diane Abbott addresses protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protesters outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protestors from Another Europe is Possible outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Protestors from Another Europe is Possible outside the Houses of Parliament, London, to demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire
Paul Mason addresses protesters from Another Europe is Possible outside the Houses of Parliament, London, as they demonstrate against Prime Minister Boris Johnson temporarily closing down the Commons from the second week of September until October 14 when there will be a Queen's Speech to open a new session of Parliament. Kirsty O'Connor/PA Wire

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