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.
On reconciliation and what it would mean for a country to come together after an acrimonious, difficult situation. I am talking about the EU Referendum and Boris Johnson’s calls for reconciliation and Justin Welby’s calls for reconnection.
Next time you hear Brexiters, MPs and the Prime Minister claim that the 2016 referendum was “the biggest democratic exercise in this country’s history,” remind them that it is a myth invented by the Brexiters to treat the result as sacrosanct when it is not so.