Brexit is broken and it’s breaking our country as well. All the promises on which Brexit was sold to the electorate in 2016 increasingly have been exposed as fantasy. Far from reducing red tape and bureaucracy and providing £350m a week for the NHS, Brexit has made trading with the crucial European market more difficult and expensive and threatens to damage the UK economy, thereby reducing funding for public services.
Brexit also has stripped British and EU citizens of their free-movement rights, brought back fees such as mobile roaming charges, caused labour and fuel shortages and empty supermarket shelves and put Northern Ireland peace at risk. It has reduced the UK’s global political influence and created huge uncertainty for EU citizens in the UK, putting the country at risk of looking mean-spirited.
The Rejoin EU Party believes this situation is economically and politically unsustainable and that, given the structural problems Brexit has caused by removing the UK from the EU’s single market, customs union and decision-making bodies, any claims about being able to ‘make Brexit work’, whether it’s ‘hard’ or ‘soft’, are wishful thinking.
The party therefore believes the only solution is to campaign to re-join the EU as soon as possible, whether via interim membership of the SM, CU and other relevant EU institutions and agencies and/or a straightforward application to invoke Article 49 of the Treaty on European Union.
If you agree Brexit is making our country poorer, less tolerant and less united, now is your chance to be heard. Support the Rejoin EU Party–the only political party in England unambiguously backing re-joining–and tell Westminster you want your EU membership back, with all its rights and privileges.
For the United Kingdom on Great Britain and Northern Ireland to return to the European Union as a whole or in parts.
Brexit is broken and it’s breaking our country as well.
All the promises on which Brexit was sold to the electorate in 2016 are now increasingly exposed as fantasy.
Far from bringing about the promised reduction in red tape and bureaucracy and providing £350m a week for the NHS, Brexit makes trading with the crucial European market more complex, difficult and expensive and threatens to reduce funding for public services.
Sectors such as farming, fisheries and financial services that were supposed to benefit from Brexit now face an uncertain future outside the EU. If you agree Brexit is making our country poorer, less tolerant and less united, now is your chance to be heard.
Join the Rejoin EU team and send a strong, clear message to Westminster that you want your EU membership back, along with all its freedoms and benefits.