Weekend of action: February 9-10
Parliament remains in deadlock over Brexit. Every bit of pressure can now help – so we’re taking action.1st February 2019
Parliament remains in deadlock over Brexit. After Tuesday’s votes, nothing has changed: MPs still can’t agree a solution and the outcome is just as unpredictable as ever.
Every bit of pressure can now help. Across the country, people like you are standing up and fighting back against Brexit, austerity and the rise of the right.
We have a growing number of active local groups which have been running stalls, knocking on doors, writing to MPs, collecting signatures under our petitions, holding meetings, rallies and demonstrations. It’s not too late to get involved!
Next weekend, on the 9 and 10 of February, we will be taking action again. If you can help, fill in this form – we will send you all the materials you need and, where possible, connect you with other campaigners in the area.
We have less than two months to prevent the Tories from taking us out of the EU, ending free movement, attacking our rights and making us poorer. Now is the time to get active – so join the weekend of action and, if you haven’t yet, become a member of Another Europe to have a say in what we do next.
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