Right to Vote

Right to Vote was formed in January 2019 as a group of Conservative MPs and Peers who advocated holding a second referendum on Brexit. In summer 2019, the group folded.[3]

Right to Vote
Formation17 January 2019[1]
FoundersHeidi Allen
Baroness Altmann
Guto Bebb
Justine Greening
Dominic Grieve
Sam Gyimah
Phillip Lee
Anna Soubry
Lord Willetts
Sarah Wollaston [2]
DissolvedMay 2019
Phillip Lee[2]

Right to Vote was founded in the aftermath of the UK government losing the first meaningful vote on its withdrawal agreement with the EU.[4]


The MPs and peers in the group[5]
NameConstituencyAffiliationFirst elected Role
Phillip LeeBracknellLiberal Democrat6 May 2010 Chair
Dominic GrieveBeaconsfieldIndependent1 May 1997
Sam GyimahEast SurreyLiberal Democrat6 May 2010
Justine GreeningPutneyIndependent5 May 2005
Heidi AllenSouth CambridgeshireLiberal Democrats7 May 2015
Anna SoubryBroxtoweThe Independent Group for Change6 May 2010
Sarah WollastonTotnesLiberal Democrats6 May 2010
Guto BebbAberconwyIndependent6 May 2010
Lord WillettsN/AConservativeN/A
Baroness AltmannN/AConservativeN/A


In Summer 2019, the Right To Vote campaign folded with the group subsequently deleting their website.[3]

However, the official Conservatives for a People's Vote (C4PV) and Young Conservatives for a People's Vote (YC4PV) continued to campaign for a confirmatory referendum, participating in the ‘Let us be Heard’ march in October 2019.[6] Both groups formally disbanded in January 2020.[7]