?> March – 48 And Beyond

July 2017

Marches & Events – how and where to get more involved

By | July 31st, 2017|Updates|

It has now been over 12 months since the flawed and dishonest referendum of June 2016, which left millions of British citizens and millions of UK and EU nationals’ futures hanging in the balance.

With a total lack of discernment from the leave genus, in relation to any possible consequence of leaving, we have found ourselves fighting this wild and chaotic outcome on our own!

So, in order to make an impact, we must band together, now more than ever. Below, we have listed all the important events coming up, which will create an impact on the country.

Please check them all out, and join any groups, pages and help fund any events or marches too.

We are, unfortunately, on our own but we have some amazing, talented and dedicated individuals on board, who have a wealth of knowledge and experience who are assisting us every step of the way.

#StopBrexit

Manchester March (October)

London March (Peoples March 4 EU)

No.10 Vigil (Boat Party) – London

Stop Brexit – Bournemouth

Labour Party Conference – Stop Brexit March – Brighton

If you have any questions, please message us on Facebook – HERE

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March 2017

The best placards from ‘Unite for Europe’ March

By | March 27th, 2017|Updates|

On March 25th, an estimated 100,000 people marched to parliament to protest Brexit.

Naturally, there were a good selection of hilarious placards. We have chosen a few of our favourites below

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“The March will go ahead” – Statement from event organisers

By | March 22nd, 2017|Updates|

As of today, 5 people are thought to have lost their lives with over 40 people being seriously injured including the attacker. The attack has been likened to similar terrorist attacks in Europe in the past, this said, however, the police aren’t releasing any further information regarding the attack until further inquiries have been made.

The 48 And Beyond would like to offer our heartfelt wishes to all those involved in the incident in London today and we are with you in spirit.

The news comes at an unfortunate time as, this Saturday, thousands of people are expected to march through London to protest Brexit.

The March is set to start at 11:00 am on Saturday morning, spanning 1 mile across central London and occupying most of Parliament square.

With the recent developments in London, many Remainers are worried that the event may have to be postponed or may be canceled altogether.

The march does appear, however, to be going ahead.

A spokesperson from the event organisers, Unite for Europe said:

“Dear All,

Unite for Europe are deeply saddened by today’s events. Our thoughts are with the victims and their families.

Understandably we are receiving many questions regarding the march on Saturday.

The march and rally will go ahead. We have contingency plans in place should the route need to change.

Regarding concerns of safety, the police will be on high alert for some time and we are cooperating fully with the authorities to reduce any possible risks.

At times like these, we should not be afraid to show the world that peace and unity will always prevail. Our strength is our courage to make our collective voice heard. This is more important than ever. This march is our way of showing our support for these principles and the European project.

Unite for Europe team”

Please remember to take extra care in London on Saturday if you are attending the march, police presence will be heightened for safety reasons.

We will keep you updated on any developments as and when they happen, please remember to like the page to stay up to date.

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