ANTI-Brexit campaigners are planning another protest over Boris Johnson's plan to suspend Parliament.

The Somerset Loves Europe group will be holding a 'Stop The Coup' demonstration outside the Market House in Taunton on Saturday afternoon.

It will be the latest in a series of protests by the group in Taunton after the Prime Minister unveiled plans to prorogue Parliament in the run-up to October 31 - when the UK is due to leave the European Union.

Chair of Somerset Loves Europe, Paul Adams, said the 'shout' would be held in Taunton every Saturday until the suspension was lifted.

"The rally will show the strength of local opposition to the Prime Minister’s approach to Brexit. It is part of a national campaign of rallies across the country," he said.

"Our protest is for people of all political persuasions and none.

"Parliament has now taken control of the Brexit process.

"The chances of stopping Boris Johnson and Brexit have never been higher. But the damage to Somerset and to our country if we fail to stop it has also never been higher."

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And he hit out at the tactics used by the Government in proroguing Parliament, which the Prime Minister says is 'routine' ahead of a Queen's Speech.

"Boris Johnson has shown he is willing to ride roughshod over our democracy to get his way," Mr Adams added.

"He has tried to silence our Parliament. He cannot and will not silence us, the people.

"We are on the brink of a democratic crisis. It’s time to have our voices heard."