Following the successes of the “Slut Walk” then the achievements of the “Slob Walk” (‘Slob walk’ protesters march in support of Ken Clarke), a new movement, the "Snob Walk" has joined the bandwagon highlighting the plight of those suffering from private school education and those embarrassed by their inherited wealth. With a far higher than expected attendance, the march suffered from the tendency to stop outside a number of exclusive retail outlets (for “comfort breaks”). Police attended a number of restaurants where those maintaining the Bullingdon Reputation had trashed the establishments. However when marchers explained their backgrounds and who their fathers were, no arrests were made.
What surprised many was the large number of MPs and Lords attending. Observers commented that it is unusual to see so many cabinet ministers awake and in the same place at the same time and all agreeing on something.