March for Change – July 20th
When the UK first narrowly voted to leave in 2016, the promise was that we would leave with a better deal. Three years later, we could be heading for no deal at all.
From the climate crisis to tax dodging, we know that working together gives us the best chance of solving the global problems we face. We want to put Brexit behind us and reunite the people. Reunite with Europe. We want to build a better Britain in a better Europe and a better world.
March with us on July 20th and be part of the fight for a better future!
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Celebrations of the EU across Norfolk
In Norwich, on Thursday 10th for Europe Day, we handed out free EU-themed cakes and had good conversations. We met encouraging numbers of people planning to vote the right way. Now we need to ensure that there are lots more!
Hansa Flag Day in King’s Lynn
In a very sunny and cheerful King’s Lynn, we celebrated cooperation across Europe and the cultural diversity we enjoy, as well as the part Britain played, historically, in the very successful Hanseatic League.
People’s Vote March
On March 23rd six coaches, including one sponsored by Delia Smith, left Norwich with campaigners travelling to London for the People’s Vote march. Numbering 1 million, from Speakers Corner to Parliament Square, a slowly moving, wall to wall, river of people marching in friendship, solidarity and good humour.
Wherever the political situation, we must leave Parliament in no doubt that we think Norfolk is best served by staying in the EU and that we want a Final Say on Brexit.