For the past two years, the #RemainerNow campaign has been sharing stories of people who voted Leave in the EU referendum but then changed their minds. These stories have now been compiled into a book as a way for them to be told and shared.


First published in June 2020.


Since 2017, the #RemainerNow campaign has been a safe place for people who voted Leave in the EU referendum but have since changed their minds. Even now, we share stories of those who feel let down by the establishment and who regret their vote in 2016.

We still firmly believe that the population at large should hear these stories so we can begin to heal deep wounds and learn some valuable lessons for the next generation of politicians and the electorate. The angle of the debate may have changed but the failing trust in politics, and Brexit, is only growing which is why we still offer ourselves as the platform to share stories and hold politicians to account.

So, to help share these important stories, we have published our first book:

β€˜I am a #RemainerNow’

Currently available on Amazon in ebook and paperback formats.

For those who haven’t heard of RemainerNow before, this book is an excellent opportunity to get a real understanding of how some on the other side felt. For those who still support Brexit, this book could be the opportunity to find out more about the things you were promised and why they will never come to fruition.

I hope you find it as eye-opening to read as I did creating it.

Finally, if nothing else, please remember: It’s okay to change your mind!πŸ”·


Find us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and our Podcast, or visit our website: www.RemainerNow.com






[This piece was first published in PMP Magazine on 15 June 2020. | The author writes in a personal capacity.]

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