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The money raised here will enable those veterans with mobility and transport problems to show their support for their families, their country and their continent.
We intend to use modern advertising techniques to reach thousands of young people across social media and sign them up to vote.
#RemainerNow want to send our former Leave voters to Brussels to tell their stories to MEPs from across the continent.
We want to put Brexit behind us. We want to reunite with Europe.
It's a long old way from Scotland down to London...and it can be expensive to get there too. We would like to get a good presence to the march on 23rd March but some are unable to afford the journey even though they are desperate to go. It is really important that Scotland is represented especially as WE VOTED REMAIN!
Since the early 90s, the UK gutter press have been systematic in their “othering” of the EU, with one disgraceful goal: to make the good people of the UK believe that the EU is their enemy.
We are raising funds to get the Monstrosity float back on the road. After an enforced break and a fantastic makeover by some truly talented volunteers (thanks ladies!) the #StopBrexit Monstrosity is back on the road and soon to be outside Parliament!
Prime Minister's lack of assurances in Brexit negotiation speech led to pressure groups to call for greater action.
Section 55 of the Taxation (Cross-border Trade) Act 2018 states that: "It shall be unlawful for Her Majesty’s Government to enter into arrangements under which Northern Ireland forms part of a separate customs territory to Great Britain."
Research done by Boris Johnson’s own government shows that a No Deal Brexit will mean riots on the streets, rises in food prices, and reduced medical supplies. It’s up to us to stop him – and together, we will.
"But that's not how democracy works. Parliament elected by the people holds the power - not a Prime Minister selected by Conservative Party activists. We believe Parliament must decide what happens with Brexit - and we think the courts will agree."
EU citizens across the UK were denied their vote in the European Elections in May 2019. There is clear Government responsibility, yet it will not hold a public inquiry despite several successful petitions that between them gathered over 150,000 signatures.
We are taking legal action to prompt the police to take action in relation to the electoral offences committed during the 2016 EU referendum and to explain why nothing has been done.
Labour urgently needs to start campaigning for a People's Vote. And this should happen quickly – before the next prime minister – elected by just 0.25% of the population – tries to inflict an extreme form of Brexit on all of us.
Since the early 90s, the UK gutter press have been systematic in their “othering” of the EU, with one disgraceful goal: to make the good people of the UK believe that the EU is their enemy.
The nose float was part of the Dusseldorf Carnival. The floats are normally destroyed after the Rose Monday procession but we have been in contact with Jacques Tilly the artist and he is kindly going to donate it to the March.
The Brexit deadline is hurtling towards us, and citizens across the UK still aren't allowed to know who bankrolls the politicians deciding the country's future.
On the 23rd of March, just six days before the Government hopes to take Britain out of the EU, hundreds of thousands of people will march on Parliament offering a solution to a crisis that threatens their living standards, businesses and jobs.
Two-and-a-half years since the start of Brexit, what’s the worst thing? It’s not that we’re at the end of it. It’s not that we’re at the beginning of the end of it. It’s not that we’re right in the middle of it. It’s that we’re not even at the end of the beginning of it.
In May and July 2018 the Electoral Commission found that the Leave campaigns, Leave.EU and Vote Leave, used corrupt and illegal practices in the EU Referendum campaign. / Some might say they “bent the rules” or “made mistakes”. That’s irrelevant. They broke the law. And in doing so, they flouted the core principles of UK democratic process.