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#ToriesOut march: Jeremy Corbyn rallies comrades in bid to oust Theresa May ...

Jeremy CorbynGETTYCorbyn is set to lead the 'Tories Out' march

The embattled Labour leader is set to address the massive NotOneDayMore/ToriesOut march by hard line socialists demanding Theresa May steps down despite the Tories easily beating Labour in the election.

Angry protestors gathered in Portland Square holding banners emblazoned with "Kick the Tories out" and "Auserity kills" before they made their way to Parliament Square. 

Despite losing the election with 55 fewer seats that the Conservatives, Jeremy Corbyn continues to insist that he won and will demand that he is allowed to become Prime Minister.

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Anti-tory marchGETTYAround 9,000 people are expected to take part in the protest

Wed, June 21, 2017 Protestors have marched on Westminster calling for the bringing down of the government over the Grenfell Tower Disaster. Organised by the Movement for Justice By Any Means Necessary group, the march has been timed to coincide with the Queen's speech
Police handcuff a man during a protest in Parliament Square, in central London


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Police handcuff a man during a protest in Parliament Square, in central London

We have to change our economic system so that it works for the many, not just a few

Jeremy Corbyn

The Labour leader will be joined at the demonstration in Parliament Square at 1pm by fellow hard Left extremists including shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott, Mr McCluskey and representatives of leftwing fronts including Stop the War Coalition, the People's Assembly Against Austerity, Stand Up To Racism, and most of the biggest unions.

More than 9,000 people plan to attend the event, organised by The People’s Assembly.

Protesters are calling for an end to the 1 per cent pay gap and more investment in the NHS,

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