A pro-European Union protest group is planning a 'flash protest' in Leeds city centre to oppose plans by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to prorogue Parliament.
Today, protest group Leeds For Europe unveiled plans to hold a protest at 5.30pm on Thursday in Leeds' City Square.
The Prime Minister has revealed plans to prorogue Parliament from mid-September after news broke that around 160 MPs are planning to band together to block any possible no-deal Brexit from being pushed through.
Cynics have labelled the plans to prorogue Parliament as a bid to railroad through a no-deal Brexit by reducing the amount of time MPs have to block the plans.
A spokesman for Leeds For Europe said: "This is an emergency! Parliament is being shut down by a Prime Minister who wants to bypass it to force through #Brexit.
"Join the resistance now. Flash protest in City Square #Leeds 5.30pm Thursday."
The UK is set to leave the European Union on October 31.