BBC drone footage shows just how crazy attendance at People's Vote march was
This really shows the scale of the protest
An estimated one million people turned out for the People's Vote march in London on Saturday, making it the largest protest since the Iraq War march in 2003.
Hundreds of thousands were expected, but the actual attendance figure appears to have far exceeded that with the protest's organisers People's Vote UK listing the number of people at around one million.
Whilst this may be overcooking the actual figure slightly, the BBC's drone footage of the protest is absolutely staggering and really puts into perspective just how many people made the effort to take to the streets in support of the People's Vote.
Watch it below:
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As you can see, it was a bit more of an event than Nigel Farage's rain-soaked Brexit amble from Sunderland to 'a bit below Sunderland' before he stopped walking.