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More than 200 people are due to attend a rally in Bristol City Centre in protest at the EU Referendum result.
Bristol might have voted in favour of remaining in the EU, but overall the country decided to leave.
One of the key issues of the campaigns on both sides was immigration.
Today's rally has been organised by three groups: Stand Up to Racism Bristol, Bristol People's Assembly and Bristol Stop the War Coalition and is aimed at giving the message, "Refugees are welcome here".
It will take place at the Fountains at 5pm tonight, 24 June.