Bath for Europe has forged an incredibly strong, vibrant community of campaigners. We have accomplished so much together and became a powerhouse in the Remain movement. We miss our marches, rallies, street stalls, talks and get-togethers! Steve Bray, otherwise known as ‘Mr Stop Brexit’, is organising a virtual pro-EU march on Parliament on Europe Day. … More Virtual Europe Day March on Parliament, Saturday 9 May from 1 pm on Twitter and Facebook
Hundreds of Bath for Europe supporters of all ages joined the huge ‘Together for the Final Say’ march in London on Saturday 19th October. Our group sent eight coaches of supporters – including one coach of students from the University of Bath – to one of the biggest protests in the nation’s history. In an … More Hundreds from Bath march for a Final Say
Bath for Europe was strongly represented at the largest UK march in recent history on Saturday 23rdMarch in London. Total numbers on the march are estimated at well over 1 million people. At least 200 coaches were organised by groups like Bath from across the country. Bath sent seven coaches and organised the People’s Vote Express. The … More Bath for Europe sends hundreds to the Put It To The People March
As we grow ever closer to the Brexit endgame, I feel compelled to put my thoughts into writing. I want to share my personal journey through Brexit. It’s been tumultuous but I’m driven to fight on against this terrible loss, one of the greatest I may ever experience. First, some back story. I was born in Belgium … More My Journey through Brexit
This is the march we’ve all been waiting for! We need to make it the biggest our country has ever seen. Our message is simple: we need a final say on the Brexit deal. Stand up and be counted for democracy and for a People’s Vote just days before the UK’s scheduled departure from … More Put It To The People March, Saturday 23rd March, London – Book your coach tickets now!
Update: January 25th 2019. Since this piece was published some people have pointed out on Twitter that the 2016 referendum didn’t even have the highest number of voters, let alone the highest turnout. This is true. In the 1992 general election 33,614,074 people voted; in the 2016 referendum it was 33,577,342. Thus 36,732 more people … More Was the 2016 referendum really ‘the biggest democratic exercise in this country’s history’?