Thousands of protesters have marched through central London calling for Britain to rejoin the European Union. The National Rejoin March on Saturday saw large crowds of people walk from Park Lane to Parliament Square. Marchers from across Britain travelled for hours to attend. Parliament Square Garden, the last stop on the march for the rally, saw a sea of blue and yellow as supporters waved EU flags and carried placards. Some signs said: “Brexit was never going to work,” “For lower bills #rejoin the EU” and “We voted romaine.” Nikki Ajibade, a 60-year-old teacher from Warwickshire, was at the march with her sister. She said: “We feel very strongly that the situation we’re in now, you can trace it back directly to 2016 referendum, which was supposedly an advisory referendum. “It wasn’t a supermajority result, 52 and 48 is not something that you can just completely upturn and upend the whole country. Look six years on where we are. So we feel very strongly that we need to get a sensible government in place, general election now, because this lot are squabbling like rats in a sack.” Boris Johnson returns to UK as Sunak qualifies for PM race When asked about Boris Johnson potentially throwing his hat in the ring to become prime minister again, Ajibade said: “If they’re thinking that Boris Johnson is the answer, they haven’t understood the question, come on this is just ridiculous. “It’s an insult to the nation. It is an actual insult to the British people to even mention his name as a possible candidate. “I’m not worried about Boris Johnson coming in. I’m not worried. I think it would be absolutely brilliant, because then he would be the last nail in the Tory coffin. “It is a national disgrace, an international laughing stock, that’s what they’ve turned us into.” The crowd booed as a large digital screen overlooking Parliament Square Garden showed pictures of Leave-voting figures such as Boris Johnson, Priti Patel and Nigel Farage. Oliver Jackson, a 26-year-old warehouse worker from Dorset, said that it was important for politicians to listen to those who wanted to rejoin the EU. He said: “We need to get our voice heard. And especially during all this chaos, we can’t let this be left out. Honestly, the best way to get the UK back on track is to rejoin, at the very least, the single market and then the EU. “Brexit has been the slow death that has been bleeding the UK dry for years.” The crowd also chanted “Tories out” and booed when speakers discussed the prospect of Boris Johnson potentially running to become prime minister again.