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Largest ever pro-European day of action

Pro-European groups were out in force Saturday 14 April for our largest ever joint grassroots National Action Day, with over a hundred events taking place all across the country.

As well as twelve flagship events, there were over a hundred total events taking place up and down the UK, from Aberdeen in the north of Scotland, to Falmouth in the south of Cornwall. Thousands of activists and supporters took part, 500,000 leaflets were handed out, and more than 130 street stalls were set up in towns and cities the length and breadth of the country, in areas that voted both Remain and Leave.

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Pro-European grassroots campaigns step up a gear with new shared office headquarters

Britain’s pro-European voice was dramatically strengthened this week when six groups campaigning to keep Britain’s ties with the European Union moved into offices together in Millbank Tower, a location already associated with some of the most impactful political campaigns of the last quarter century.

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Collaboration Helps Consolidate Britain for Europe

Britain for Europe is consolidating its presence through formal collaboration with like-minded organisations. We now have an official partnership with Scientists for EU, Healthier IN the EU, and an affiliation agreement with the European Movement UK.

We are at a time when opposition to plans to exit the European Union is becoming more organised. Theresa May lost any mandate she thought she had for a hard Brexit after the General Election and now more and more people are uniting behind the belief that leaving the EU is a disastrous mistake and we need to steer the UK away from the cliff edge.

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Britain for Europe Stages Pro-EU Rallies Across UK

Non-party political campaign group Britain for Europe’s 40 affiliated local groups have staged rallies across the UK to send a message that support for remaining a full member of the EU remains undimmed.

Following the rejection of Theresa May’s Brexit vision and the resurgence of young voters rejecting a chaotic separation from the EU, Britain for Europe groups from Brighton to Manchester and from Whitehall to Perth rallied to show their support for continued EU membership.

 

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