Sign the petition for Scottish independence

Sign the petition for proportional representation to get rid of the UK's dysfunctional and biased FPTP system

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Revoke Article 50 and stay in the EU

For more information and data about the above petition, click on the link below: petition for a Final Say

Letter-writing campaign

Pledge for the Future - Threaten MPs' Seats

Pledge for the Future is targeting MPs with modest majorities, constituents with much to lose from 'Brexit' and/or who are vulnerable to pressure. Constituents are asked to pledge that they won't vote at future elections for MPs who back 'Brexit' or won't support another public vote. Then we'll let them know how many of their constituents have decided to remove them if they continue to back 'Brexit'. Please visit for more details.

Tell your MP to sign Best for Britain's letter supporting a People's Vote with an option to stay in the EU

Write to Them - contact your MP, MEPs, Lords, London Assembly members or local councillors

Parliamentary petitions

Revoke Article 50 and stay in the EU

Revoke Article 50 if Vote Leave broke electoral law in 2016 referendum

Refer ERG funding to the Independent Advisor on Ministers' Interests

The government should ban Steve Bannon from entering the UK

A.50/Legal Challenges

Legal cases against the UK government's attempts to leave the EU. Click on the links to read more and donate money if you wish.

The Good Law Project - the lawyers who blocked Johnson's attempt to suspend Parliament

Please back this legal case to prove EU citizenship is permanent.

UK in EU Challenge

Exposing the Dark Money in the Referendum

EU court to hear case that could call off Brexit

Mr Fouchet is delighted to have a date for his ground-breaking case to be heard

A French lawyer's case attacking the legality of the Brexit negotiations will receive a hearing in the General Court of the European Union on July 5.

Bordeaux lawyer Julien Fouchet has received the long-awaited confirmation that his case, on behalf of Britons in the EU including Second World War Veteran Harry Shindler from Italy, will be be heard by the court.

It will be based on his analysis that the negotiation should not be taking place because the EU referendum was arguably illegal, having excluded many of those most affected – Britons who have lived, exercising their free movement rights, for more than 15 years in other parts of the EU.

He believes if he succeeds, the result could annul the negotiation and mean a new referendum enfranchising the excluded Britons would have to be held.

Mr Fouchet, of Cornille-Pouyanne avocats, told Connexion: “We have succeeded in obtaining an audience in Luxembourg for July 5. The judges of the General Court of the EU are very interested in the case, otherwise they would have rejected it quickly and we would not have this hearing.

"The court is being enlarged to five judges… An enormous amount is at stake. I had to tell you immediately.”

After Connexion saw Mr Fouchet quoted in the French regional press we interviewed him in April last year and broke the news among English-language media that he was mounting a case on behalf of a British client in south-west France and was looking for more Britons affected by the Brexit decision and excluded from the vote.

He lodged the case last July having found 13 people willing to become his clients, including 96-year-old Mr Shindler who has long campaigned against the 15-year limit on the expat vote.

The case has been supported by a group of academics, professionals and other concerned British citizens called 'Action for Europe', which is once again fundraising to help pay expenses of the action in the General Court, in Luxembourg - see link here to their 'Action for Expat Votes' fundraiser

People's Challenge to the Govt on A50: A Parliamentary Prerogative

Brexit legal challenge could give MPs vote on leaving single market

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