Tomorrow morning the JUSTICE FOR ENGLAND march takes place from Whitehall Place to the Tate Gallery. Astonishingly the Speaker of the House of Commons has ruled that the march may not pass by the House of Commons so the organisers have had to change the route.
The march has been organised to "commemorate the 300th Anniversary of the birth of the British State – and the death of England’s identity, independence and the English Parliament". Starting at 11.00am the march will now take place from Whitehall Place via Downing Street, through Smith Square and on to the Tate Gallery.
A deputation will still stop at Downing Street for a photo call with ‘St George’ and a ‘Monkey’ wearing a Blair mask before delivering a 20,000 address petition to No. 11 Downing Street demanding the reinstatement of an English Parliament.
The march will be led by a hearse pulled by two horses, carrying the symbolic coffin of England draped in the flag of St. George, flanked by representatives of English organisations carrying placards depicting the many examples of bias and anti English discrimination.
The march will end at the Tate Gallery, where it will congregate to hear a number of speeches by activists and leaders of English Community Groups.
Anyone wishing to join the march should congregate at Whitehall Place before 11am.