Right to Vote is campaigning for a final say on the Brexit deal

Time for a Final Say

The Government is at a standstill. Parliament is gridlocked.

We have reached an impasse where we believe the only sensible and pragmatic solution is to put the final decision on Brexit back to the people.

We are urging the public and politicians to support our campaign to give us the right to vote on a Withdrawal Agreement that is liked by very few.

We have paused and should now listen to the people before we sign on any dotted line.

We are asking, what is the best route to secure a safe and prosperous future for our families, friends and country?

This started with the people and should end with the people.

Right to Vote Poll

Analysis by FocalData from multiple research vendors, including Opinium, 1 March - 1 April 2019.  Sample: 9,500 adults from 632 constituencies across Britain.  Findings based on preferences expressed. Findings derived using multilevel regression and post-stratification (MRP) methodology, which is proven to produce very accurate constituency level findings.  FocalData is a consumer analytics platform that uses machine learning to predict public opinion.

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Our Letters

  • Our view on articles on Sunday 7th April 2019

    Two prominent supporters of the Leave campaign wrote in-depth articles expressing their desire for a long extension and final say for the public on Brexit. As an organisation, we welcome their opinion and urge our colleagues to take note of this rising trend in public and expert sentiment

    Read the Letter
  • Our letter to the Prime Minister on her meeting with the European Council

    On Tuesday 19th March 2019, we wrote to the Prime Minister asking for clarity on the terms she will be seeking to agree at the European Commission on Thursday 21st March 2019

    Read the Letter
  • Our statement 20th February 2019

    Our co-founders, Sarah Wollaston MP, Anna Soubry MP and Heidi Allen MP have resigned from the Conservative Party. We are committed to continuing working together

    Read the Statement
  • Our exchange with the Prime Minister

    As a group, we are extremely disappointed not to have been afforded an audience with the Prime Minister and continue in our efforts to find a solution for the best of our country

    Read the Letter
    Read our Response
  • Our letter to the Prime Minister

    On Monday 11th February 2019, Right To Vote wrote to the Prime Minister asking for time to consider the deal on the table, so we, the UK public can have a final say

    Read the Letter

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