In London, on September 23, protesters took to the streets demanding the reversal of Britain's exit from the European Union and a return to the bloc.

This was reported by The Guardian.

A crowd of pro-European people gathered outside the Hilton Hotel on Park Lane in central London and held the National EU Accession March (NRM). The protesters were holding EU flags and wearing blue clothes.

"Brexit was a huge mistake, we all – especially the working class and poor people – are paying for it and we need to do something about it," one protester said.

He stated that according to the latest polls, 60% of the country's population and 80% of people under the age of 25 are in favor of returning to the European Union.

"I was only 14 years old when the referendum took place, so there were a huge number of my peers who never had a chance to have their voices heard," said Seira, 21, who walked out with a banner to the rally.

Earlier, it was reported that the majority of Britons said that the decision on Brexit was wrong, and want to return to the EU.

In addition, we previously reported that the United Kingdom left the European Union on January 31, 2020. On June 23, 2016, the country held a referendum on Britain's membership in the EU. According to its results, the majority of voters expressed their desire to leave the union, but the gap was insignificant (51.9% vs. 48.1%). It was initiated by former Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

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