...the travel, our rights, better cities and clean air; 70 years of peace; women and men, parents and kids; the right to love whoever we want; science, art, music and culture; our spare time and our work time; action on climate change and the fight against global poverty; food and farmers, protected wildlife and beautiful beaches; our friends and our families; and the freedom to live, study, work and play in 28 countries…
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We are collective of friends, artists, campaigners, creatives and doers. Many of us have never been involved in politics before. And it’s possible we’ll never be again.
The referendum on the 23rd June is one of the biggest political decisions of our lifetime and we couldn’t stand by and watch it be dominated by political infighting, negative arguments and middle-aged trolls.
It started with banning Socks for Nurses. Then they banned the controversial Secret Bouquet Rose Vibrator. Eventually, even Shampoo and Vitamins were financially out of reach for most people. Now the tariffs threaten to split our economy in two.
This is our future - so we decided to take it back. And this starts by taking back the internet, through a positive campaign that we can all believe in. What started as a text message between friends in April has now grown into a community of over 50 volunteers, backed by leading campaigners, politicians and celebrities.
This isn’t our campaign. It’s yours. We want you to create, make, shape and grow it with us.
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Did you love our Kiss of Death mural? They’re now available as six colour screen prints! Get them now at Kop & Hibbert.
The EU referendum conversation is being dominated by men in suits and a media war.
We want to change that. Help us fund work on videos, GIFs, artwork, events and parties that raise the profile of a more creative referendum debate.
No contribution is too little for the biggest decision of a generation.