Demonstration organizers are also planning to crowdfund £100,000 (US$124,000) to pay for the legal costs of representing Leave supporters in the Supreme Court.
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It is expected to coincide with the start of the Supreme Court's four-day hearing of the Government's appeal against last week's hugely controversial judgement that Parliament must be given a vote on triggering Article 50 - the formal process for leaving the EU.
This will mean that the anti-EU supporters will have their own barristers in the legal action, who can challenge claims made by Remain supporters and even the Government.
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UKIP leader Nigel Farage has admitted on live television that the European Union referendum was advisory.
He added that the event would be an opportunity for "all Leave campaigners, including members of all political parties, [to] march on the Supreme Court to make a point that "Brexit means Brexit"".
The comment came as he clashed with Gina Miller, one of the main backers of the recent High Court case calling for an MPs vote, on BBC Ones The Andrew Marr Show.
The former City worker said: "Believe you me, if the people of this country think that are going to be cheated, they are going to be betrayed, then we are going to see political anger, the likes of which none of us in our lifetimes have ever witnessed in this country".
Asked if there was a danger of "disturbance in the streets and so on" if Brexit is thwarted by Parliament, Mr Farage replied: "Yeah I think that's right...the temperature of this is very, very high".