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Saturday’s anti-Brexit protest in Madrid.
Saturday’s anti-Brexit protest in Madrid.

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Around 400 people came out to Margaret Thatcher square on Saturday, at a demonstration organized by the EuroCitizens organization

  • Saturday’s demonstration took place in Madrid’s Margaret Thatcher square.
    1Saturday’s demonstration took place in Madrid’s Margaret Thatcher square.
  • The “placard competition” at Saturday’s protest.
    2The “placard competition” at Saturday’s protest.
  • A child at Saturday’s event with the European flag painted on his cheek.
    3A child at Saturday’s event with the European flag painted on his cheek.
  • A banner in reference to former British Prime Minister David Cameron, who called the 2016 Brexit referendum.
    4A banner in reference to former British Prime Minister David Cameron, who called the 2016 Brexit referendum.
  • The protest was organized by EuroCitizens, which is working to defend the rights of British citizens to live, work and study in the European Union.
    5The protest was organized by EuroCitizens, which is working to defend the rights of British citizens to live, work and study in the European Union.
  • Banners and an EU flag at Saturday’s demonstration.
    6Banners and an EU flag at Saturday’s demonstration.
  • Attendees were a mix of nationalities and ages, with students, workers and retirees present.
    7Attendees were a mix of nationalities and ages, with students, workers and retirees present.
  • A protestor offers a Brexit-themed rendition of “I Will Survive.”
    8A protestor offers a Brexit-themed rendition of “I Will Survive.”
  • The president of EuroCitizens, Michael Harris, holds up one of the placards at the demonstration.
    9The president of EuroCitizens, Michael Harris, holds up one of the placards at the demonstration.