Unite to Remain!

We are Unite to Remain - We are working to help build the cross-party Remain Alliance to win across England and Wales in the General Election.

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Our Plan

Unite to Remain is changing the way we do politics. In preparation for the General Election, we are a group of political strategists, data scientists, campaigners and politicians who have been working to build a Remain Alliance to win in Westminster, by bringing together the Remain parties in England and Wales to encourage an outcome whereby there is a single Remain candidate in key parliamentary seats. We need as many people as possible working together, across party boundaries, to change the Brexit trajectory our country is now on.

The problem is this: if we continue to work along traditional party lines, we will split votes, allowing the ideological fringes of politics to win. We have a Prime Minister intent on taking the UK with a very poor and very hard Brexit deal.

Right now, we are bringing together great parliamentary candidates and the latest polling and data insights in the biggest drive yet to equalise the ability of Remain parties to break through the unfair first past the post electoral system. We are the facilitator - providing resources and space for discussions between parties, encouraging them to agree to work together for the greater goal. We must do this. We can do this. We're ready to change the path our country is headed on. We're ready to Unite to Remain.

                                                                           

 

Our agreed constituencies and candidates

In England

Green Party:

Brighton Pavilion - Caroline Lucas
Isle of Wight - Vix Lowthian
Bristol West - Carla Denyer
Bury St Edmunds - Helen Geake
Stroud - Molly Scott Cato
Dulwich and West Norwood - Jonathan Bartley
Forest of Dean - Chris McFarling
Cannock Chase - Paul Woodhead
Exeter - Joe Levy

Liberal Democrats:

Bath - Wera Hobhouse
Bermondsey and Old Southwark - Humaira Ali
Buckingham - Stephen Dorrell
Cheadle - Tom Morrison
Chelmsford - Marie Goldman
Chelsea and Fulham - Nicola Horlick
Cheltenham - Max Wilkinson
Chippenham - Helen Belcher
Esher and Walton - Monica Harding
Finchley and Golders Green - Luciana Berger
Guildford - Zoe Franklin
Harrogate and Knaresborough - Judith Rogerson
Hazel Grove - Lisa Smart
Hitchin and Harpenden - Sam Collins
North Cornwall - Danny Chambers
North Norfolk - Karen Ward
Oxford West and Abingdon - Layla Moran
Penistone and Stocksbridge - Hannah Kitching
Portsmouth South - Gerald Vernon-Jackson
Richmond Park - Sarah Olney
Romsey and Southampton North - Craig Fletcher
Rushcliffe - Jason Billin
South Cambridgeshire - Ian Sollom
South East Cambridgeshire - Pippa Heylings
South West Surrey - Paul Follows
Southport - John Wright
Taunton Deane - Gideon Amos
Thornbury and Yate - Claire Young
Totnes - Sarah Wollaston
Tunbridge Wells - Ben Chapelard
Twickenham - Munira Wilson
Wantage - Richard Benwell
Warrington South - Ryan Bate
Watford - Ian Stotesbury
Wells - Tessa Munt
Westmorland and Lonsdale - Tim Farron
Wimbledon - Paul Kohler
Winchester - Paula Ferguson
Witney - Charlotte Hoagland
York Outer - Keith Aspden

 

Wales

Green Party:

Vale of Glamorgan - Anthony Slaughter

Liberal Democrats:

Brecon and Radnorshire - Jane Dodds
Cardiff Central - Bablin Molik
Montgomeryshire - Kishan Devani

Plaid Cymru:

Arfon - Hywel Williams
Caerphilly - Lindsay Whittle
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr - Jonathan Edwards
Dwyfor Meirionnydd - Liz Saville Roberts
Llanelli - Mari Arthur
Pontypridd - Fflur Elin
Ynys Môn - Aled ap Dafydd