David Sládek is Czech independent photojournalist and photodocumentarist living in London and a former reporter for the Czech News Agency. Since moving to London more than a decade ago he has been focusing his photographic work on life of...
Hundreds of thousands of supporters of a second referendum on Brexit marched through London on Saturday at the same time that the UK Parliament voted on critical pieces of legislation following an announcement by both the EU and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson that a deal has been struck on the conditions of Britain leaving the union. Standing in rain, people watched the decision on amendment requiring Johnson to ask the EU for an extension and erupted into celebrations when Parliament passed it. The march was third in a row organised by the People's Vote and by some estimates has attracted one million people, making it one of the largest in the UK's history together with the previous Paople's March - Put it to the People and protests agains war in Iraq in 2003.