Action for Europe is a group of UK academics, legal experts, professionals and concerned citizens who believe that the UK should remain a full member of the European Union, that the 2016 advisory referendum was seriously flawed in concept and implementation, was not a binding vote, and the duty of the government and Parliament is to act in the best national interest and stop the “Brexit” process before further damage is done.
In August 2019 we wrote to MEPs pointing out a number of issues raised in an article by Richard Bird: "Can the EU cancel the Brexit Process - if it wishes?"
In March and July 2017 we gave formal warnings to the EU that Theresa May's purported Article 50 Notice was invalid and that it would be challenged. After many months of hard work and legal advice, the legal challenge was filed on 22nd December 2017.
We have written to the Chairs of the six Parliamentary EU Committees to demand full, immediate disclosure of the Brexit Impact Statements.
We have sponsored a legal action in the EU courts to restore voting rights to UK citizens resident abroad and at the same time to challenge the validity of the EU referendum.
Police Complaints alleging Misconduct in Public Office by Theresa May, David Davis and others have been filed with the Metropolitan Police and are being investigated. These are the details of the Complaints. For further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
To support criminal charges against May and others in a mass letter to Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick - Sign This
Our letter to Philip Hammond, whom we currently see as the best practical chance of avoiding a Hard Brexit, or indeed any Brexit for that matter
We wrote to President Donald Tusk to give due warning that the Article 50 Notice is invalid.