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Bromley votes 50.65% for Remain in EU Referendum

Tim Farron

Bromley Borough voted 50.65% to remain in the EU in the referendum on 23rd June. David Charlesworth, Chair of Bromley LibDems said "All our members have worked hard to bring the positive message of remaining in the UK to the people of Bromley, we've held street stalls across the borough, we've leafleted and canvassed until the last minutes of the campaign. Some of our campaigners experienced physical and verbal abuse of the worst kind and we all felt the palpable anger of some of the supporters of the Leave campaign but we know that these people are in the minority. During the months of campaigning we had some great discussions with the people of Bromley and found support from many people who aren't natural Liberal Democrats but who shared our belief in decent, tolerant, openhearted, optimistic, and outward looking principles.

"As Tim Farron said this morning - we have to accept the result - but we simply do not agree with it and will continue to stand and fight for a better kind of Britain than the one painted by the Leave campaign. More than half the people of Bromley voted to remain in the EU and they need a movement that stands for politics of hope and optimism. We will not give up, we will stand for the 48% of the UK population who voted to remain. "