Tuesday 1 March at 1800, Parliament Square — East-Facing Pavement, SW1P 3JX (Nearest Tube: Westminster).

Come show your support for Bernie and vote on Super Tuesday! Voting is open to all US citizens abroad, and you can register on-site. We’ll gather at Parliament Square with the fabulous lighted Bernie sign from our friends in Lewes, then walk 10 minutes to the voting centre just down the road! Afterwards, we will retire to a nearby pub. More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/233250777015938/

Can’t make it to the rally? Polls are open:

The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street London SW1P 3BU
Tuesday 1 March 18:30 – 21:30
Saturday 5 March 14:00 – 17:00
Or you can vote via post, fax, or email.

Other UK voting centres: http://www.londonforbernie.org/uk-voting-centres/
Worldwide voting centres: http://www.londonforbernie.org/worldwide-voting-centres/

Bring your US passport and proof of UK residency (like a Student ID or UK driving license). You can register on-site.

With just one week to go before the Global Presidential Primary (which elects delegates to the Democratic National Convention), this is our chance to make final preparations for victory on Super Tuesday, March 1st.

Join us – and bring a friend!

When: Tuesday, February 23, 2016 18:30 – 20:00

Where: Unite the Union,128 Theobald’s Road Holborn WC1X 8TN (nearest tube: Holborn)

Please RSVP on our Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1016065458439324/

This just in from our friends in Lewes, Sussex:

Dear Fellow International Supporters of Bernie Sanders:

Last night, in our little town of Lewes on the South Coast of England (pop. 16,000), some expats and some Brits joined the Bernie Light Brigade International! We took our light sign out to support the person who we know will create the change the world needs to see. What is so exceptional about these particular photos, is that Lewes is the home of one of the most famous revolutionaries of our time, Thomas Paine. The pictures are taken (by the talented John Warburton) in front of Paine’s one time home and the pub names in homage to him.
As we stood outside, many applauded and cheered us raising their voices for Bernie and for change.
We are in no doubt that what happens in the next few months can create the much needed change in this world. We are in no doubt whatsoever that this political revolution is a GLOBAL one.
We have just begun to fight. And the Bern is EVERYWHERE!
We will get these photos out as far and wide as we can.
In solidarity,
Victoria Cadogan-Rawlinson and dozens of other Bernie Supporters in Lewes, England.
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London for Bernie canvassers brough the Bern to Borough Market this weekend, signing up dozens of supporters to Democrats Abroad!



With just over three weeks to go, the canvassing team is shifting into high gear. Our next event is Thursday 11 February at the Bloomsbury Farmers’ Market. Come along: https://www.facebook.com/events/211201349227528/

(photos courtesy: Stanley Leung)

Over 100 people filled the hall in the headquarters of Unite the Union, Britain’s largest trade union, for a panel discussion on the Bernie Sanders campaign following Iowa.  The panelists included Larry Sanders (Bernie’s older brother), Owen Jones (author and journalist), writer Travis Mooney, and Eric Lee, the editor of LabourStart.  Here are some photos (credit: Stanley Leung)  from the event:

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