Turn up the Heat on Boris

Days of action announced on August 17 and 18.

6th August 2019

Parliament might be in recess but we are not taking a break. This summer, we are turning up the heat on Boris.

We have no time to waste: a general election this year is looking likely, and a fresh referendum might be around the corner. We won’t just sit around and wait for them to happen. Let’s get out, get organised and campaign now: to get the Tories out, to stop Brexit and to transform Britain and Europe.

On the weekend of 17th and 18th of August, we are asking our supporters to take action. Whether that’s doorkocking, running a stall or calling a local protest – sign up using this form if you can organise an activity in your area. We will soon be in touch and send you all the materials you need.

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