National day of action: November 10
We will be running stalls, leafleting, knocking on doors all over the country. Order materials and get involved.31st October 2018
In a matter of weeks, Theresa May is expected to present her Brexit deal to Parliament. What happens next will affect our future for decades to come. We can allow the Tories to drive the country off a cliff, end free movement, deregulate the economy and take away our rights. Or we can stop Brexit, defeat the government and carry on with the task of transforming Britain and Europe.
Ensuring the deal is voted down is a key step towards winning a People’s Vote and keeping Britain in the EU. For this to happen, we in particular need to make sure all Labour MPs follow party policy, which passed at last month’s conference with over 90% support. A lot will depend on keeping up and escalating the grassroots pressure we have built over the last few months. We have already gone a long way, shifting public opinion, building a mass movement and turning stopping Brexit from a pipe dream to a real possibility. But crunch time is approaching and we all have a duty to get active.
That’s why, on Saturday November 10, alongside a coalition of groups, we will be taking coordinated action all over the country. Working with data compiled by Hope Not Hate and Best for Britain, we will be running stalls, leafleting, knocking on doors and mobilising support for a People’s Vote. We want things to be happening everywhere – and we need your help.
Get involved! Here’s some things you can do:
– Go leafleting or run a stall
– Knock on doors
– Do a local stunt or protest
Wherever you live and whatever you can do, get in touch. Drop us an email at info@anothereurope and we will provide you with all the materials you need. Time is running out – so let’s get organised.
Join the Facebook event here.
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