The British police are preparing for huge Brexit protests in London as thousand are expected to join the rallies that come concurrent with a vote in parliament on the government’s European Union withdrawal agreement.
The Evening Standard cited social media posts on Tuesday had shown that several thousand people will join separate marches for and against Brexit in Parliament Square as lawmakers prepare to vote on whether to back Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal with the EU.
Giant screens were set to be erected in the area so that the protesters could watch the parliament debate and its final vote on the Brexit deal.
The protests come against the backdrop of violent clashes between opponents and supporters of Brexit on the streets of London and other large cities across the UK over the past days.
Police arrested four people, including a 13-year-old girl, in a first Brexit protest on January 5 in London where demonstrators donned yellow…