British cleverness was on full display in the form of banners and posters, which took centre stage as more than one million protestors marched in London to demonstrator their disappointment with how their government has handled divorce negotiations with the EU.
British cleverness was on full display at the anti-Brexit march that organisers said drew more than one million protesters in London on Saturday, as people carried banners and posters showing their disappointment at how the government has handled divorce negotiations with the EU.
Here is a look at some of the best placards from Saturday's march...
"Ikea has better cabinets"
"In case of hard Brexit, Break Glass"
"What an Eton mess"
"Don't EUrinate on our future"
"Escaping the MAYtrix"
"Grannies Against Brexit"
"I'm not one to make a fuss usually, but..."
"Trust me, I have a degree in Geography"
"My life is already a mess"
"I've seen squirrels with better strategy"
"Are you happy now, Dad?"