Hundreds of thousands of in London gathered to march on Westminster demanding the second referendum as MPs vote on Boris Johnson's deal.

Iran Press /Europe: Hundreds of thousands have taken to the streets of London to demand a Final Say referendum on Brexit. Protesters are marching from Park Lane to Parliament Square as MPs attend a special Saturday sitting in the Commons for the first time since the Falklands War, Iran press reported quitting the Independent.

Meanwhile, Boris Johnson is facing a knife-edge vote on his deal. It could be derailed by a last-minute amendment from Oliver Letwin which – if backed – would push the “meaningful vote” back and force Mr. Johnson to ask the EU for a further extension to Brexit. On the other side, Boris Johnson will order Conservative MPs to boycott the final vote he had hoped would secure the necessary Commons backing for his Brexit deal.

Today's march kicked off at midday and culminates with a series of speeches outside the Palace of Westminster. All of this is coincidentally taking place while MPs debate and vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal in the House of Commons. We'll be updating you on the latest updates from inside and outside Westminster.

Three times before, Britain’s Parliament took up a thorny divorce agreement between Britain and the European Union. And three times before, Parliament resoundingly voted it down.

The prime minister, who has vowed to get the country out of the bloc by the deadline, Oct. 31, has worked the phones, lobbying and pleading with lawmakers to back him.

A vote is possible later today. 101/212

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