Rescheduled National Rejoin March

The National Rejoin March was postponed to Saturday 22 October following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

If you believe that it is a noble cause and that Britain’s future lies as a leading member of the EU, join and support the March and encourage others to join.

The Government considers that “Brexit is done” when many adverse changes to our relationship with our European friends have not yet been implemented. The arrangements the Government wishes for trading between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will break international law, endanger the Good Friday Agreement and may result in a trade war with the EU. 

In 2018 and 2019 there were four large marches in London, to protest at the absence of a second referendum on the terms negotiated with the EU. These marches showed that many British people did not wish to leave the EU. Support for rejoining the EU is strong, according to polls. This is supported by members of the public who attend our street stalls and who are pleased that campaigning for the EU continues.

The March in September will make people realise that we have not gone away and will bring back momentum to our Cause.

Come along to show you care

If you were not able to come on the earlier date, please do try and join us on Saturday 22 October.
Email me – – and let me know if you can, and I will send you details of our travel pans and meeting points.