Lawyers for a People’s Vote

by | Oct 22, 2018

Lawyers for a People’s Vote has been established to support the calls for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal negotiated by the Government.

Brexit is an epic constitutional change. We are therefore asking lawyers to sign our open letter urging Theresa May not to proceed with such a significant constitutional upheaval without further public consultation.

The initial target is 1000 signatures by the meeting of the European Council on 18 October. They will then collect further signatures and hand the letter in to Downing Street, but there’s no limit. The option to sign the letter will continue after it has been delivered.

Please share this letter with colleagues and other lawyers. Its publication is embargoed until further notice, but please distribute it and encourage others to sign.

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