UK Parliament

Parliament’s vote on the Brexit deal must include an option to remain in the EU.
This petition has reached over 100,000 and will be debated 30 April 2018.
A lesser of two evils choice between a bad deal and no deal is not acceptable.
Expiry: 17 May 2018



In support of ‘opt-in’ EU Associate Membership for UK nationals post-Brexit
Addressed to: Guy Verhofstadt, European Parliament Chief Negotiator for Brexit
Target: 3,000



The EU referendum result must be dismissed as not fit for purpose


16 and 17 year olds should be allowed to vote in any future Brexit referendum
Expiry: 12 September 2018



Keep freedom of movement for UK and EU Citizens as part of Brexit EU trade deal
The Leave side won the EU referendum in 2016, but there are voters on both sides who wish to keep EU freedom of movement rights post Brexit. Freedom of movement is also essential for the NHS and companies across the UK and EU, we must fight to maintain it. Please sign if you agree.


Have a meaningful vote on Parliamentary Petitions after a debate
Expiry: 16 July 2018
Currently petitions from this website have no legislative effect, they are merely debated and then left in the dust.
Protect UK Citizens’ existing Freedom of Movement rights in Brexit negotiations
Expiry:  21 June 2018
The UK Passport gives us, as EU Citizens, the Right to live and work in 28 EU Countries (& 3 EEA Countries). As UK Citizens, we do not want to lose this Right and ask that our Rights are fully protected and that they are valued and considered in any Brexit negotiations.
Secure the free movement of UK citizens currently resident in EU member states
Expiry 14 June 2018
The current deal between the EU and UK regarding Brexit states UK citizens will be able to carry on enjoying the same rights as of now in the country we live in. It doesn’t not state we will continue to enjoy free movement within the union.


Brexit: Stop using ‘will of the people’ and ‘will of the British people.’
Expiry 1 May 2018



Debate: The EU referendum is now invalid due to demographic changes over time.
Expiry: 30 April 2018
1.2m people made up the leave majority. 600,000 uk people die each year, the same join the electorate. 2/3 of older voters are leavers. 2/3 of younger voters are remainders
Negotiate with the EU the possibility of direct EU citizenship for UK nationals
16,141,241 voters chose to remain in the EU in 2016’s referendum – nearly 4 times the size of the Republic of Ireland’s population. Their rights as EU citizens are being taken away.

If no agreement to leave the European Union is reached, Article 50 be withdrawn
As it is certain that such a scenario will damage the country’s economy and the well-being of its people, this country should not leave without agreements that will prevent damage to both.
Closing Date: 18 April 2018



The UK should terminate the EU talks forthwith by withdrawing the Art 50 notice
Closing Date: 18 April 2018

It is already clear that, within the current framework, the EU is bound to win. Article 50 has never been triggered before, and it is manifestly defective in its conceptual structure: the UK should withdraw immediately, and make progress as a Member of the EU, from within.



Adopt the EU’s Anti Tax Avoidance Directive whether we leave or remain in the EU
One fear is that Brexit is simply so the very rich and corporations can avoid the EU’s Anti Tax Avoidance Directive. They would be able to store their money in the UK and aggressively avoid paying tax. If the UK adopted the EU’s Anti Tax Avoidance Directive it would ensure everyone paid tax fairly and give one less reason to object to Brexit
Closing Date: 13 April 2018



Leaving the Single Market should be subject to a parliamentary vote
Article 127 of the 1994 EEA Agreement states Each Contracting Party may withdraw from its Agreement provided it gives at least twelve months’ notice in writing to the other Contracting Parties.
Closing Date: 13 April 2018


Secure the free movement of UK citizens currently resident in EU member states

The current deal between the EU and UK regarding Brexit states UK citizens will be able to carry on enjoying the same rights as of now in the country we live in. It doesn’t not state we will continue to enjoy free movement within the union.
Many british Expats in the EU depend on this for work.



Declare the 2016 referendum vote null and void due to foreign interference

It is clear now that foreign influence and inaccurate facts were highly influential on the electorate during the Brexit referendum and therefore the result should be declared as null and void.



Keep us in the Euraton

Euratom regulates our nuclear power stations, radioisotopes and therapies vital for cancer care, and the movement of nuclear waste around the whole of Europe.  It is critically important the UK remains in Euratom for our NHS, as our membership has meant that cancer patients in the UK have been able to receive vital radiotherapy treatments without supply-related disruptions and uncertainties. With the Nuclear Safeguards Bill going through Parliament at the moment, it is crucial we make this case.




ADD MY NAME – WE WANT TO Cancel Brexit and Stay In Fully. Then fix our own problems.
We believe that Brexit is the biggest mistake this country could possibly make. There are so many reasons:





Ask the Government to Release the Brexit Impact Studies

We believe that the Government should acknowledge that, given the significance of the decision to leave the European Union, the public have a democratic right to be informed as to the anticipated impact of the decision on our economy and country’s future.
UPDATE 03/09/17: Molly Scott Cato MEP has made a Freedom of Information request seeking details on studies conducted into the impact of Brexit on the NHS. With over 10,000 people signing this campaign in less than four days, it’s essential that we keep up the pressure on the Government and continue to gather support.


The UK is being ‘governed’ towards leaving the European Union after a referendum in 2016 which did not provide good quality and honest information to voters. Those in Government and their opposition in the UK Parliament are letting divisions within their own parties, and party-politics in general, get in the way of MPs honestly stating their informed views on Brexit.
Directed to Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party
Theresa May MP, Ruth Davidson MSP, Jeremy Corbyn MP, Vince Cable MP, Ken Clarke MP, Nicola Sturgeon MSP


To our European friends. This is not our brexit (#notourbrexit)
The brexit government claims to speak for all of Britain. They claim we are uniting behind brexit. They claim that the EU referendum result was a choice to leave the Single Market. Everyone in Britain knows these are lies.
Directed to Council of the European Union, European Commission,The People of Europe


Think again and Halt Brexit Now
We call for a national debate on Brexit – including in that debate how to build a better, fairer, more equal UK. We ask our fellow citizens, and our politicians, to think again. It is time to call a halt to Brexit.
Addressed to UK government and politicians across the UK


UK Government – listen to Remain voters during the Brexit Negotiations
We, the signatories to this petition, are citizens of the United Kingdom who voted to Remain in the European Union in the Referendum of June 23rd, 2016, as well as both British and E.U. citizens who were disenfranchised in that referendum.
We want you to acknowledge our existence, take us into account, consult with us and get the Brexit negotiating team led by David Davis to address our concerns during the Brexit negotiations.
Addressed to Theresa May MP


I want an exit from Brexit
It will soon become clear that the government cannot deliver the painless Brexit it has promised.
That’s why we believe you must have the chance to have your say on the final Brexit deal and the option to stay in Europe if you don’t like it.


Do not throw away our human rights
The government’s planning to remove the safety net that protects our human rights. We could be about to lose the laws that guarantee our right to privacy, stop unfair dismissal and give us the right to live in dignity when we’re old.
Addressed to Theresa May and David Davis


Article 50 – Not in my name
48 And Beyond
Theresa May has called for the ‘people of the UK’ to unite and support Brexit, stating that “Britain will get a good deal”. We disagree, there is no deal you can negotiate that can replace what we currently have, because we already have the best deal.
Addressed to Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May MP, UK Parliament, UK Government


France’s new President and Germany’s finance minister have confirmed that the UK can change its mind on Brexit. Up til now, no one’s been sure if it’s legally possible to cancel Article 50. Now we know we have a way out of this nightmare!!
Addressed to Prime Minister Theresa May and all Ministers


Europeans’ #RightToStay
European citizens in Britain, you have a right to stay. We demand the UK government GUARANTEE that you can stay.


My vote for Labour was NOT a vote for Brexit
Addressed to Leader of Labour Party Jeremy Corbyn MP


EU Parliament: The EU Stipulates that any Deal Offered Requires a Referendum to Ratify it.
Addressed to Council of the European Union, European Commission, European Parliament


I am a British EU Citizen. I want an EU ID card too.
The UK government has proposed “EU citizens” should get an EU ID card in the UK. As an EU citizen and British citizen this should be my right too.
Addressed to Michel Barnier and David Davis


Stop Brexit Now
Addressed to Parliament


The European Parliament wants you to have the chance to retain your citizenship rights. But our Government isn’t listening.
Sign this petition so we can tell Theresa May what we think.
A petition by Good Law Project


Brexit: Guarantee the rights of all EU & UK migrants now
Addressed to Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament



Keeping our EU citizenship post-Brexit
Addressed to Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party Theresa May MP


An Open Letter To The Citizens Of Spain
Opened: 11 February 2017
(Addressed to European Union)


For the respect of the rights of English expatriates in Spain after the Brexit
Opened: 12 February 2017
(Addressed to Government of Spain and Mariano Rajoy)

European Democracy