Danny Kruger’s reply is very welcome. In it there’s good news and bad news; there are opinions on which we may have to agree to differ; and there are two fundamental factual errors. First: the good news – the very good …
We need to extend transition now! #OneCrisisAtATime
The UK is facing a completely new reality. One Crisis at a Time, initiated by Devizes for EU, has been adopted by a network of other groups around the UK whose message to the Prime Minister is: “Please please please concentrate on handling one crisis at a time.” Brexit has of course already happened. The big question now is: “How do we minimise the damage to jobs and living standards in the UK and focus all efforts on beating Covid-19?” TAKE ACTION HERE
Delay Brexit and focus on tackling Covid-19
Despite the global pandemic, Boris Johnson is continuing to threaten to walk away from negotiations if a deal has not been agreed thereby forcing a No Deal Brexit which would seriously harm the economy and the NHS. Extend the transition period.
Our Story So Far: The Slide Show
Our roots go back to an unhappy day in June 2016 when we discovered discarded Remain placards beneath a hedge. But the formation of our group early in 2018 coincided with the launch of the People’s Vote and optimism crept into our souls, and our little group grew. We end the show on 31st January by Pewsey Wharf. The question now is: we want to stick together, but what for?
Post Brexit: General Meeting Part Two
Devizes for EU was set up to fight for a second referendum which we have failed to achieve. When we were set up, however, we agreed to ‘safeguard the benefits of the EU’, a mandate to campaign to be as close as possible to the EU and prepare for the moment when we can re-join. The question now is how should we campaign until we re-join? Round Table event on 11th March at 7pm for 7.30p