Tens of thousands of people walked from Marble Arch to Westminster on Saturday 12th September, in support of refugees. Peaceful throughout, people of all ages joined together to chant and discuss politics. A few favourite banners were 'I have a bunk bed', 'Our home is your home', 'Shame on you Cameron', '20,000, are you joking?' and 'Party at my house?!'.
The march ended in Parliament Square, where the main excitement was a speech from Jeremy Corbyn, who had just been elected as leader of the Labour party that morning. The speech by Corbyn was officially his first as leader of the Labour party, and there were chants of 'Jez we can, Jez we can'.