No fascists please, we're British
This is a response to some of the comments.
We are actively seeking endorsements from almost all kinds of people... but not from fascists. This will be a march in favour of free expression, not a march against Muslims.
It would be disingenuous, even dishonest, to pretend that the Danish Cartoon Affair has nothing to do with this movement - on the contrary it absolutely was the event that galvanised us into action. But we were also concerned by the closure of a play in Birmingham following demonstrations by Sikhs, and by demonstrations by fundamentalist Christians against a couple of programmes scheduled by the BBC.
As students of the various websites around the world that are used by apostate or moderate Muslims - anonymously, in fear of their lives - to support each other can testify, the most immediate victims of absolutist, supremacist Islam are Muslims themselves.
Since we are in favour of free speech, and because the reason why newspapers and magazines across Europe (though not, shamefully, in the UK) have republished the infamous cartoons was principally "We are Spartacus" - we stand together - we will be happy to see reproductions of the cartoons in question at the rally.
But we will not be happy to see expressions of intolerance. Islamofascists are just that: fascists. And fascists will not be welcome.