On the 23rd June 2016 the British public voted to leave the European Union and for various reasons we are trying to stop this from actually happening and undo Brexit.

What can I do to stop Brexit?

  1. And then share it on Facebook and Twitter
  2. If you voted to leave let them know you've changed your mind.
  3. As above, but more succinct.
  4. Take part in a protest in: London
    Saturday, 2nd July 2016. 11am.
  5. Tweet (or retweet) this:-
    5 things every person in the UK, including EU and non-EU citizens, can do to #undobrexit. https://undobrexit.com #brexit

Tweet at your MP

Tweet this briefer version at your member of parliament:-
As one of your constituents may I ask you to do everything you can to not let Brexit happen.
Or you could ask your MP to support David Lammy's proposal to put the EU Referendum to a parliamentary vote.
As one of your constituents may I ask you to work with @DavidLammy to stop Brexit? https://twitter.com/DavidLammy/status/746728892279431168

Why ‘undo Brexit’

  1. Many of the arguments of the leave campaign were based on things that were untrue and so many that voted to leave felt tricked and regret their decision.
  2. The vast majority of young people who must face the consequences of this voted to remain or could not vote as, unlike, the Scottish independence vote, 16-17 year olds could not vote. It isn't fair on them.
  3. Many groups also greatly affected by the result were unfairly excluded from taking part, for example British people living abroad and Europeans living and working in the UK.
  4. We're scared about our futures and we don't know what else we can do.

Spelling mistake? Other ideas of things to do?

This is an open source project, which means anyone can contribute code or ideas on how to stop Brexit.