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We should abide by the democratic principle that there must be no taxation without representation. Five million people were wrongly disenfranchised and could not vote in the 2016 referendum. Voices for Europe and In Limbo sponsor this petition on behalf of EU citizens in the UK and Brits abroad.
If Theresa May requests a three month extension of Article 50 (or longer), then the European elections will take place while the UK is still an EU member.
As the Brexit debate in parliament reaches its peak, much of the public has been left cold. MPs have been so absorbed in backstops and withdrawal agreements that nobody is addressing the underlying problems that led many people to vote for Brexit.
Prime Minister's lack of assurances in Brexit negotiation speech led to pressure groups to call for greater action.
There is now a grave danger that No Deal will happen simply through inaction. To avoid this catastrophic outcome, the default position must become not No Deal but a revocation of Article 50.
The government repeatedly claims exiting the EU is 'the will of the people'. We need to put a stop to this claim by proving the strength of public support now, for remaining in the EU. A People's Vote may not happen - so vote now.
We have set ourselves a single goal; uniting all Europeans who are determined to act for a fairer and more ambitious European Union in the face of nationalism.
"As citizens across the country, we call on you to reject May's Brexit and any other bad Brexit deal, take the catastrophic threat of No Deal off the table, and extend Article 50 for a year, allowing a new public vote to break the deadlock. Britain's entire future is at stake -- let's take the time we need to get it right!"
30+ individuals have been charged by Special Counsel Mueller in his continuing investigation of Russian interference in the US presidential election. I feel that there is sufficient evidence that a parallel investigation into Russian interference on Brexit is warranted.
We, the signatories of this letter, represent businesses from across the UK film and television industry and are writing to express our concerns over Brexit in any form.
The Brexit process has been a failure. At the end of two years, our ruling party is bitterly divided, the main opposition not a viable replacement for it, and the deal we have negotiated is almost universally opposed. No one voted for this to happen.
The Human Rights Act is still at risk. Don’t let the government turn universal freedoms into privileges for a chosen few. Call on the Justice Secretary to save the Human Rights Act.
We believe the UK must seek to negotiate the trading arrangement with the EU which minimises the economic cost of leaving, and that means remaining a member of the Single Market.
Theresa May has promised MPs a say on the Brexit agreement she brings back -- but unless we act fast it could be a false choice between a bad deal with Europe or no deal at all!
Brexit. Not in my name. Sign this petition and show Theresa that she is not speaking for you!
“I pledge to support the right of EU citizens living in the UK to remain in the UK after Brexit and retain their current rights”