A large demonstration has called for this Saturday in London the return of the United Kingdom to the EU in the National March for Reentry (MNR), whose conveners They call Brexit a “big mistake”.

Most of the attendees gathered on Park Lane wore the blue and yellow colors of the EU flag. They then marched through the center of the capital to Parliament Square, reports the British news agency The Press Association.

The leader and co-founder of the MNR is a Derby lorry driver, Peter Corr. Corr himself has explained that it was all because he “felt like everyone had given up” among EU supporters. “Brexit has been a big mistake. We are all paying for it, especially the working class and the poorest, and we have to do something about it,” she argued.

“60% of the country and 80% of those under 25 support re-entering the EU, according to polls cited by Corr.”I hate racism and xenophobia and it seems to me that the Brexit campaign was largely that,” he added.

Another of the speakers, Ceira Sergeant, 21 years old and living in Liverpool, recalled that she was 14 years old when the referendum was voted, so “there are many people who did not even have the option of being heard.”

The protesters carried banners with slogans such as “The path to re-entry starts here”, “Re-entry, rejoice” or “Conservatives out. Migrants welcome. Re-entry into the EU.”