We have now regained our nations independence and fully left. In commemoration of the 5 years since the vote, we’re proposing to go for drinks in what during the campaign became Croydon’s Brexit central, the Skylark.
We don’t yet know what lockdown restrictions we will be operating under. As such we’re not able to book an area, however we propose to be at the Skylark (34–36 South End, Croydon, CR0 1DP) on Wednesday June 23rd from 7pm, and will operate under whatever rules we need to. Feel free to come and join us.
Owing to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis and following the latest government advice we are postponing the drinks we had planned for Saturday 21st March in New Addington. As soon as things are back up and running we will reschedule and hope to see you there.
The Globe and Mail, Canada’s “newspaper of record”, and with a weekly readership of 2,018,923 is Canada’s most widely read newspaper on weekdays and Saturdays. They also came to see the Leavers of Croydon at our recent drinks.
Thanks to Teresa Eng for interviewing us on the day.
“We’re a sovereign nation – we don’t need to be told what we can and can’t do. I’m not worried about a no-deal Brexit. Let’s get on with it“
HILARY AND ROBERT JUDGE
“The Remainers’ favourite excuse is “no deal.” The U.S., China and India, three of the world’s largest economies, trade with no deal. I’m proud that the majority of the British public were smart enough to see that the dots didn’t add up. The whole thing about no deal being a kind of Armageddon is complete fabrication”
“The EU is a country, but I’m not a United States of European. I’m British. I want us to be a self-governing entity”