The referendum of the UK's membership
of the EU was held on the 23rd of June.
despite our best efforts the result
was a 'leave' vote.
this site remains as a testament to
the hardwork and combined efforts of our
team and volunteers who fought for
the UK's continued membership.
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About Our Campaign
Thank you for visiting Don’t EU Leave Me Now.
We are a passionate group who believe in a positive vision for the future of Europe, which is why we are campaigning for the United Kingdom to remain part of the European Union. In the months leading up to the 23rd of June 2016, we will be fighting for our membership of the European Union in a number of innovative ways.
We believe that, with your support, the United Kingdom will vote for a brighter future on the 23rd of June 2016, and remain a member state of the European Union.
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Vote Leave promises to ‘Take Back Control’; Michael Gove pointed out on The Andrew Marr Show, he believes voting to leave the EU will give parliament control over more decision making levers. And you know what? He is probably right. […]
June the 23rd, and an EU referendum with it, is slowly creeping around the corner. By this point it is clear to all that the choice presented to the British people is indeed historical, greatly surpassing in importance any general election in recent or distant memory. The choice eventually[…]
What is sovereignty? It sounds like a thing I want. One of the key arguments set out by the leave campaign is that for as long as the UK remains part of the European Union, parliament cannot be sovereign. It is an important point and one worth addressing[…]
Brexiteers are Showing their Disdain For Democracy: Doing a Disservice to their Own Supporters in the Process
Less than four weeks away from the most important referendum of a generation, some Brexiteers are showing their true colours. For many of them, this referendum is not about Democracy: if it was, Nigel Farage would be head of the United Kingdom Proportional Representation Party. Earlier this week Vote Leave were accused of ‘disenfranchising’ people[…]
This piece is written from the heart by our communications director, Joe Cox, he addresses the Christian case for remaining in the European Union. Although our campaign is not associated with any particular religious denomination, the referendum raises important questions about our identity, both as individuals and as a nation; faith can be one way[…]
You’re either with Brexit, or you’re part of ‘The Establishment’. Sound familiar? That’s because they think it will convince you to discard the smorgasbord of sources supporting remain. People are understandably frustrated by the fear mongering on both sides of this referendum. This is particularly damaging for the remain campaign; it’s up to us to put[…]
It’s not looking good for Europe. Politicians, the media, way too many people grumble about the continent in crisis. The discontent targets many of the things inherent to the European idea: tolerance, openness, solidarity. Many would like to hide behind the borders of their nation-states. The European Union is called into question. We should not[…]
Democracy or the European Union. In recent weeks, that’s where the debate has been going. Team Brexit are presenting a choice to the British public. On one hand, they say, the European Union is overly bureaucratic, undemocratic, and even worse than that – authoritarian. At first this seems a rational position for their[…]
In 1940, having ignored a crisis in Europe for too long, Britain stood alone. Churchill, with his characteristically internationalist outlook, stood before a wearied House of Commons to remind the nation of its duty to Europe: “Nothing which may happen in this battle can in any way relieve us of our duty to defend the[…]