On Saturday 26 May, 310 shoppers in Calverley Road in Tunbridge Wells shared their thoughts on the impact of Brexit going ahead.
We asked them whether they thought things would be better if Brexit happened, or worse. And this is what they said:
76% said it would be worse (with 67% saying much worse)
24% said it would be better ((with 18% saying much better)
Continue reading “Brexitometer in Tunbridge Wells”
Remainers overwhelmed at local support as nearly 250 turn up on Saturday 21st April to hear Professor A C Grayling say Brexit is not a done deal.
Continue reading “Sevenoaks hears Brexit must be stopped”
On 28 February 2018, the following letter was presented to Kent County’s Council leader Paul Carter by 14 concerned groups from across the county.
Continue reading “Letter to Cllr Paul Carter”
On Wednesday 28 February 2018, campaigners from across Kent descended from a familiar looking battle-bus to
deliver a message to Kent County Council. This bus carried the slogan: “Brexit to cost £2,000 million a week” – a different message from its infamous predecessor!
Richard Morris – a SSTIE committee member gave the following speech outside County Hall.
Continue reading “What’s the cost of Brexit?”
Today there were 21 people on the streets of Sevenoaks campaigning on the NHS and standing together with the 1DWU (1 Day Without Us ) national campaign in support of migrants.
SSTIE Members & supporters gathering signatures to support the NHS in Sevenoaks
Hundreds of EM Euratom petition leaflets were distributed along with
many of SSTIE’s new leaflet inviting people to join us along with a couple of hundred 1DWU leaflets.
57 signatures were gathered in 2 hours for the Euratom petition demanding that the UK stay in Euratom.
SSTIE on the streets of Sevenoaks