In Pictures: Anti-Brexit protesters float Boris Blimp outside Parliament

The balloon is inspired by the ‘Baby Trump’ blimp that mocked US President Donald Trump during his visit to the UK last month.

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Last updated: 20 July 2019 - 12.50pm

An inflatable “Boris Blimp” has been launched in Parliament Square by anti-Brexit protesters.

Boris Johnson is widely expected to be named as winner of the Tory leadership contest on Tuesday, and is the protest’s main political target.

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The “No to Boris, Yes to Europe” demonstration will proceed from Mayfair’s Park Lane to Parliament Square in Westminster.

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The balloon is inspired by the “Baby Trump” blimp that mocked US President Donald Trump during his visit to the UK last month.

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The inflatable version of the former foreign secretary is wearing a t-shirt emblazoned with a red bus and the figure “£350m” – a reference to Mr Johnson’s Brexit referendum promise of clawing back funding for the NHS.

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A blimp depicting Boris Johnson is launched in Parliament Square, London, ahead of a pro-European Union a march organised by March for Change. (Aaron Chown/PA)
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