Tyranny

via The Misgovernment of Britain

“So Theresa May will not promise to accept the will of our democratically elected Parliament when we vote on Brexit options – but she will carry out the result of an advisory referendum, won through cheating and lies, regardless of the cost to the country.” David Lammy, 25 March, 2019

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Sala della Pace (Hall of Peace) Siena. Image: WGA

“May is making a very straightforward argument that the will of the executive is more important that the will of parliament. I had always thought that Oliver Cromwell had settled that argument with Charles I in a fairly conclusive manner.” Craig Murray, 25 March, 2019

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History lesson


Protesters on the march of 23 March 2019, calling for the British Government to stop our withdrawal from The European Union.

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The ultimate measure of a hero

via The ultimate measure of a hero

Stephen Goodall is still fighting for Britain, along with three younger generations of his family who were on the march of 23 March 2019 calling for our country to remain in Europe.

Other heroes of this national crisis are the people with the courage to have openly changed their minds: Remainer Now

Spring in Park Lane

A million people marched peacefully to show the world that Britain is better than Brexit

“If a democracy cannot change its mind, it ceases to be a democracy.”

PETITION TO REVOKE ARTICLE 5O AND REMAIN IN EU HAS OVER 5 MILLION SIGNATURES