Screen Shot 2020-01-09 at 09.55.29.png
union jack star_THIN WHITE EDGE_BLUE TEX




 A voice for the people

The country is in the throes of a major crisis caused by the coronavirus. The cost

and the consequences are going to be huge and devastating. If that were not

enough, we now have Brexit to contend with. Brexit remains a supreme folly,

an act of massive self-harm, but it is now a reality.  


Brexit is an act of economic vandalism. The severeity of the effects of the coronavirus coupled with Brexit is going to be economically and socially catastrophic.

The Brexit deal is the equivalent of imposing sanctions upon ourselves. There is now the distinct possibility that the severe recession we are in could soon turn into 

a depression.  People's lives and livelihoods are going to be destroyed.  

We must fight for sanity to prevail, and to rejoin the European Union

as soon as possible. 

Let's not forget that the majority of people in Britain, 65% and growing by

the day, want to rejoin.  

Our challenge? To become a voice that no government or opposition can ignore.

We WILL be the voice for rejoin. We WILL be the voice for reform.

Our first task is to expand our membership. We have hundreds of new

members joining every month. We need to maintain that

momentum and recruit as many members as we can.

Therein lies the power of Rejoin and Reform.


This is what we will do. Be a part of this. Join us



Rejoin and Reform Online Community

We can't march, meet or demonstrate, but that won't stop Rejoin and Reform becoming a voice that cannot be ignored. It's a sad fact that millions of us across Britain who joined people's marches were ignored. We won't be ignored anymore.

With your help, Rejoin and Reform is going to create a strong online community.

Our first aim is to create a presence on social media platforms. Expand the #RejoinReform following on Twitter, encourage the exchange of facts and ideas on Facebook and WhatsApp and for members to use Google Hangouts to form their own discussion / contact groups. We will be instigating Twitter chats and putting members in touch, as well as using other social media platforms, to spread the Rejoin and Reform message. 

We want to encourage discussion, the exchange of ideas, to inform and ultimately

exert all the pressure we can to achieve our aims.



Through regular Rejoin and Reform emails, members will receive briefings and fact sheets on topics relating to rejoining the EU and on reform issues.

We will also be putting pressure on government and opposition through direct contact

and active lobbying, and will report back to the Rejoin and Reform membership.

Rejoin will become a force, a voice, to be reckoned with. 

If you want your voice to be heard and to put pressure in the right places, become an 

active participant in the Rejoin and Reform Community.

Rejoin and Reform People's Assemblies

When the crisis has passed and the restrictions on holding gatherings have been lifted, we will establish regional groups of Rejoin and Reform members to form 

 People's Assemblies. 


This is an ambitious project, but it will allow us to engage with those in power and give people access to and influence over the decision-making process.

The intention is to use Regional Assemblies in the CHALLENGE phase of our campaign, to exert maximum pressure on government to rejoin the EU.

How will Regional Assemblies work?

 Assembly members will be Rejoin and Reform members chosen by a random lottery process (similar to jury selection). Assemblies will be formed to address particular issues.

The issues we will be addressing will be focused on rejoining the EU and all the reforms we in Rejoin and Reform believe are necessary for a better Britain.

Assemblies will provide information and insight, enabling a dialogue to take place with those who make decisions on our behalf. Regional Assemblies ensure that the people are not excluded from the decision-making process, that they become a part of it.

 Our aim is to ensure we rejoin the EU and to demand reform. With your help, commitment and enthusiasm, we will achieve our aims.

Lobby your MP - How to contact

Write to your MP: Address: House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA

Telephone your MP: Telephone number: 020 7219 3000. Ask to be put through to your MP's office

Use this link to find out your MP's email address, twitter account etc: 

Screen Shot 2020-01-08 at 14.24.30.png