From Trafalgar Square at 2.30 to Whitehall for 3pm. A red open-top London vintage bus is expected to tour central London taking the message to those not in Whitehall. There should be plenty of people in and around the area for the Trooping the Colour before HM The Queen during the morning and the flypast over Buckingham Palace at 1pm.
Speakers are expected to be Geert Wilders, Gerard Batten, Anne Marie Walters, Liam Tuffs, Raheem Kassam, Janice Atkinson MEP, Shazia Hobbs and Tracey from Mothers for Justice.
There is nothing in the UK press but in Holland Der Telegraaf is reporting Geert Wilders as supporting the "Martyr of the Working Class", although as the Telegraaf is behind a paywall, even with the help of Bablefish I can't get far enough to make out whether the newspaper is in actual support, or only quoting Mr Wilders.
The Day for Freedom last month was positive and upbeat; at the end we were dancing in Whitehall to live and recorded music. I expect the atmosphere tomorrow to be more demanding that we be heard.
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