We stopped Cameron, but Obama still plans war: demonstration is still on. See you tomorrow.

National Demonstration: assemble Saturday 31 August, 12 noon, Temple Place, London (nearest tube Temple)

The national demonstration on Saturday will gather at Temple Place (near Temple tube) and march via Parliament and Downing Street, ending in central London for a political rally to say No attack on Syria.

Called by Stop the War and CND.

The defeat of Cameron's war plans last night was a historic moment.

It represented the victory of mass anti-war opinion over the interests of the UK elite that has been enthusiastically participating in US-led wars over the last decade and more.

There can be no doubt that the hundreds of demonstrations, protests, rallies and pickets of the last twelve years have been central to making it impossible for Cameron to join in another catastrophic attack.

Obama and the remaining US allies are still committed to an attack on Syria. Britain was the key US ally. Forcing Cameron out of the war is a big blow to the west's war plans. Now we must redouble our efforts to stop any attack on Syria.

The world will be watching London tomorrow, we need the biggest possible turnout to send a message around the globe that the anti war majority is staying in the streets.

Please do everything to spread the word.

To keep the pressure up we are calling a picket of the US embassy on Tuesday 3 September at 5.30pm. More details to be announced shortly.

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Travel arrangements

If you are arranging to travel in a group to London on Saturday please let us know so we can advertise coaches and meet-up points here.

King's Lynn
King's Lynn and Wisbech Stop the War will be travelling by the 9.56 train from King's Lynn station. Meet on the train. Others will be joining the train at Downham Market. Look out for the banner!
Contact William on 07814304390 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Anti-war supporters are taking Berry's Coaches (01823 331 356) leaving Frome, Sainsbury's carpark, at 9.10am. Tickets cost £18 return. Tickets can also be booked online at www.berryscoaches.co.uk. You must book in advance. Return coach is at 5.45pm at Hammersmith bus station.

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