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.
Emma from Southend-on-Sea voted Leave in 2016 but she is a Remainer Now. She wrote a letter to her MP asking him to protect EU citizens and their families after Parliament voted down an amendment that would have prevented a Windrush 2.0.
Jane, a Northerner living in Oxford, voted Leave in 2016. As her life started to improve, she realised she had fallen for Vote Leave’s tricks. She has since decided to speak up and has become a Remainer Now who is campaigning for a People’s Vote.
The extraordinary story of James, from Yorkshire and the Humber, who used to be a far-right and Brexit supporter until his life came together, and he completely changed his mind. A Remainer Now, he wants a final say to put things right once and for all.
Claire voted Leave in 2016. She immediately regretted her vote when she realised she had played into the hands of people who care not one jot about the UK’s best interest. A Remainer Now, she would proudly vote Remain in a second referendum.