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Tell the world Boris Johnson doesn’t speak for you

Boris Johnson has been handed the keys to Number 10 during one of the most crucial periods in our country’s history: but he was selected by just 0.2% of UK voters and he’s pushing a no-deal Brexit that absolutely none of us voted for.

Livid? Then shout about it by signing this open letter.


Open letter to Brexit Party MEPs

Comparing EU membership to slavery. Turning their backs in the European Parliament while the EU anthem is played. Brexit Party MEPs are a national embarrassment.

They stand to waste well over £1 million in salaries and expenses in the months leading up to 31st October, the date the UK is due to leave the EU.

Instead of hypocritically cashing in, they should do the right thing for once: give up their salaries to help the people that will suffer from Brexit.


Donorbox: ban the far-right

US crowdfunding site Donorbox is being used by Tommy Robinson and other far-right figures to fundraise for their hate and fake news.

Call on the company to suspend far-right fundraising accounts: sign the petition now.


Voter ID: stop discrimination at elections

A government proposal to require people to show photo ID at the ballot box could prevent tens of thousands of people from voting.

This includes people like Scram community member Hazel, who told the Scram team: “I can think of no other reason for this policy but to stop people like me from voting… [it’s] a discriminatory effort by the Tory government.”

If you agree with Hazel that photo ID checks at elections are discriminatory and must be stopped, add your name now.


Remain parties: join forces to stop Brexit

With Boris Johnson as become Prime Minister, and a potential pact between the Tories and Nigel Farage on the cards, we’re headed for a catastrophic hard Brexit and a general election.

So what can you do next if you passionately believe that staying in the EU offers the best deal for Britain? Sign the petition calling on the Remain parties to join forces wherever possible during the next general election to stop Brexit.


Mark Zuckerberg: act now to get hate ads off Facebook

Scram News has uncovered Islamophobia, hate and fake news being advertised on Facebook, despite the company’s claims that it’s cracking down on this content.

Facebook earns billions of dollars from advertising. It’s unacceptable that even a single cent of this includes profits from hate and fake news.

CEO Mark Zuckerberg should come to the UK to answer questions from MPs and explain why Facebook isn’t doing more to stop the spread of this appalling content.


Investigate Brexit Party donations NOW

A legal expert reckons there is a “strong argument” that the Brexit Party may have broken electoral law.

Scram News got the exclusive story – now it’s time for Nigel Farage to answer the serious questions that have been raised about their funding.

If you agree that these claims must be investigated urgently, take action now:


Trump’s state visit

The Scram community contributed to the crowdfunder to bring back the brilliant Trump Baby balloon, which supported inspirational groups across North America and the UK that have been pushing back against the politics of hate and division Trump represents.

We also took to the streets (and to Twitter) to let Trump know that he wasn’t welcome here.


European elections campaign

Tell Farage to f**k off

Hundreds of thousands of people saw the ‘Fight back against Farage’ video and heard the Scram community’s message loud and clear: we believe Brexit is a pointless, divisive distraction from the real problems we face. We’re fed up of Farage and it’s time to fight back.

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