Support Campaigns

Participate in one of pro Remain campaigns, supported by Bremain in Spain.

 

Choose Freedom

The Choose Freedom Campaign is a European Citizens’ Initiative.The aim of the campaign is to persuade the European Union to issue EU passports to any EU citizens that are at risk of losing their rights and freedoms, in this case, as a result of Brexit. You do not have to be a UK Citizen or a resident of Spain to take part!

http://www.choosefreedom.eu

No 10 Vigil, No Brexit on our watch

Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 6pm to 9pm “Everyday there isn’t a protest another remainer resigns them – self to Brexit”……for as long as necessary we will be the flea in May’s ear, the thorn in her side, the shout on her doorstep! If you can’t join us, send a friend…and tell everyone you know about us by every means you can think of!” Richmond Terrace, (Opposite Downing Street), London SW1A #No10Vigil

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Crowd Justice

Update on People’s Challenge to the Government on Art. 50: A Parliamentary Prerogative

On Wednesday evening, in the most emphatic manner, Westminster democracy delivered a blow to Whitehall dictatorship. Parliament will endure the Government’s Brexit shenanigans no more.

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Crowd Justice

Update on People’s Challenge to the Government on Art. 50: Supreme Court defence

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Crowd Justice

Update on The Second People’s Challenge: helping Parliament take control.

On 9th September we published an article “If a democracy cannot change its mind, it ceases to be a democracy.” This is a quote from an address given by David Davis in 2012.

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Stop Brexit

Tell the House of Lords what the real ‘will of the people’ is by sending them a #StopBrexit (Defend Democracy) postcard.

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Brexit: Email your MP

This is coming down to the wire.  MPs are going to be deciding how to vote right now. If they receive thousands of emails from us, their constituents, asking them to vote for the changes, they’ll know they can’t sit on the sidelines.

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MEP Lobbying Campaign: Take Part Today

In the next EU Council meeting on 14-15 December, the decision will be taken as to whether sufficient progress has been made in Phase 1 of the negotiations in order to move on to Phase 2. Phase 1 includes Ireland, the financial settlement, and – of course – citizens’ rights.