Yes, we are disappointed that Parliament has chosen not to take control over Brexit negotiations, and we understand that the government will invoke Article 50 by the end of March. But they are still heading for a damaging hard Brexit.
If, as we fear, they end up with bad deal or no deal, then the case for re-examing if the country really wants Brexit becomes stronger than ever. So our campaign goes on.
On 14th March we were at the Gateshead Millenium Bridge, and we will be popping up elsewhere. If you agree with us, please join us.
The government have cleared space in the House of commons timetable to debate the House of Lords amendments to the Article 50 EU Withdrawal Bill on Monday - and if nevecessary, on Tuesday and Wednesday next week (13-15th March). North East for Europe is urging people to write to and lobby their MP to vote FOR the Lords' amendments. You can find out more, and how to write to your MP
Leading anti-Brexit campaigner, and keynote speaker at the march and rally on March 4th, Professor Anthony Grayling, has agreed to stay in Newcastle after the march and give a short talk and answer questions in a session at the "Lit & Phil" near the Central Station from 4 to 5pm on 4th March. Tickets cost £5 (£3 concession). More information
Professor AC Grayling and Richard Corbett MEP are among the speakers at our march & rally in Newcastle on Saturday March 4th.
Starting at 12.30 outside the City Pool we will go down Northumberland Street to Greys Monument for music and speeches.
Let's tell Theresa May and the Brexiteers that we don't agree with them and we reject their plans for a hard Brexit, which was not on the referendum ballot paper.
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