Following Theresa May’s recent speech, we took the opportunity to once again write to her… Continue reading Letter to Theresa May – 21 Nov 18
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Fourteen months after our last lobby in Parliament, nearly two and a half years since the referendum and a mere hundred and forty-four days before Brexit, British in Europe and our friends the3million returned to Westminster on November 5 to convince British politicians that the lives of five million people should not be treated as bargaining chips and that the present (albeit deficient) Withdrawal Agreement should be ring-fenced to give us some kind of certainty about our futures. Continue reading The Westminster Mass Lobby
As part of the Last Mile Lobby, a joint letter to Theresa May was delivered to Downing Street by representatives of the3million, Unison and British in Europe. Continue reading Letter to Theresa May – 5 Nov 18
On Saturday 20th October, many of British in Europe’s steering team met with their supporters and members of the3million to take part in the People’s Vote march. Continue reading People’s Vote March
Day of action and mass lobby of UK Parliament, 5 November 2018
“Remember, remember the 5th of November”
British in Europe and the3million are inviting you to join our day of action on 5 November 2018. Yes, we’re going to Westminster on Guy Fawkes Day!
We’re not going to blow up the Houses of Parliament, but we do have some exciting events planned for the morning – and in the afternoon we’ll be in the House of Commons to meet MPs in a mass lobby.
We all hope that sanity prevails, but it’s a good idea to make some personal preparations for a no-deal scenario. Here are some ideas. Continue reading The British in Europe No Deal Checklist
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With the3million, we have written an open letter to the UK and EU Brexit negotiators to call on them to end the extreme legal uncertainty for citizens on either side of the Brexit divide in case of a no-deal scenario. Continue reading Letter to UK & EU negotiating teams
Following the recent change in strategy, The Guardian published this explanatory article by British in Europe Continue reading The Guardian – Opinion
After nearly two years fighting for the rights of UK citizens in the EU after Brexit and working closely with EU citizens in the UK (the3million), the coalition British in Europe has to accept that the rights of UK citizens in the EU will only be protected fully if the UK remains in the EU. Continue reading Why British in Europe has to come off the fence