The Citizen’s Rally in support of EU citizens in UK and British citizens in the EU is being held:
Wednesday 13 September 2017 18:00 – 20:00 BST
Mayor of London & London Assembly – Trafalgar Square practical information
Many people will move onto this event after Mass Lobby of Parliament for EU citizens in UK and UK citizens in EU earlier in the day. If the cost of fares are a big factor in your lifestyle however, then coming along to this event in the evening, allows you to travel into London off-peak, yet still support EU citizens in the UK and British citizens in the EU.
According to the3million The Citizen’s Rally page the evening will be compered by Irish comedienne Grainne Maguire. Speakers will include Dr Mike Galsworthy of Scientists for EU, Open Britain CEO James McGlory (please remember that Open Britain is against a hard Brexit, not Brexit) and Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. Other invited speakers are Jeremy Corbyn MP and Charles Tannock MEP. Over 15 EU London choirs will sing Beethoven’s ‘Ode to Joy’.
Free but please register via The Citizen’s Rally – Eventbrite for numbers.
Getting there by road, rail, coach, tram, bus, tube
National Rail engineering works
Transport for London
TfL engineering works
National Express (coaches)
RAC route planner
RAC traffic news
AA route planner
AA traffic news
NCP car parks
In the interest of fairness there are other groups working with EU citizens in the UK and with British citizens in the EU. Here are a few:
British citizens in EU
ECREU: Expat Citizen Rights in the EU
Brexit Brits Abroad Project (academic project)
Action Europe’s Action for Expat Votes Crowdfund
Bremain in Spain (European Movement UK branch)
EuroCitizens Spain (European Movement UK branch)
European Movement International
The sidebar and search engine of RemainerAction will find smaller groups such as Brighton Greeks and Sussex Hungarian Cultural Association as well as quite a few Anglo-European friendship associations but if your group isn’t on RemainerAction please use the Contact form and let us know.
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