Remainer Now

Total 73 Posts

#RemainerNow, the book.

2 min read
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.

If you want to Re-join at any point, you need these people on side.

2 min read
A wide range of people voted Leave in 2016 and it is wrong to treat them all the same, Danielle Yorks argues.

Open Letter to Sir David Amess MP β€” Please protect EU Citizens in Southend and in the UK.

2 min read
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.

The RemainerNow campaign β€” Looking back, and what’s next.

4 min read
Many people have asked, given the fact that Brexit now cannot be prevented, is the RemainerNow β€˜campaign’ going to continue? If so, what is the point?

Why I voted to leave – And why I was wrong.

3 min read
Adam voted Leave in 2016. He has changed his mind after noticing that Brexit had normalised racism in our society. He is a Remainer Now.

Those who care about their country must fight on.

1 min read
Andy, founder of RemainerNow, on not giving up on Britain and keeping up the fight after Brexit.

I voted Leave in 2016 β€” I fell for the oldest trick in the book.

3 min read
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.
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