The remaining voters can pay to have their name and a “message of hope” displayed on the Brussels night sky to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Brexit vote.
The ‘Best for Britain’ group – set up in 2017 to address what it describes as an “emergency” over Brexit – are hoping to raise adventure fundraisers on June 23.
Founded by Gina Miller, who has fought two high-profile legal battles against the government over Brexit, the campaign is struggling to remain relevant after a doomed bid for a second referendum.
Supporters of a “pro-Remain” cause are invited to submit their names and a message that will be broadcast on buildings in Brussels between 10pm and 11pm.
This trick is being promoted along with a dazzling artist’s impression of what a light show might look like later this month.
Beneath it, however, is a cautionary note from regulators, saying: “Real show is subject to weather, visibility and compliance with Covid-19 regulations.”
The group said the anniversary of the Brexit vote was not “a moment to remember fondly”.
“But this year we celebrate this occasion by turning it into a message of hope,” she added.
“We will drop the names of those citizens who voted to stay, or who regretted letting the vote, or anyone else wanting to sign our letter, on the buildings in the heart of Europe.”
Organizers optimistically anticipate that there will be “thousands” of names and letters from supporters “as close to the symbolic heart of Europe as possible”.
Remainers wishing to mark the occasion are not required to make a donation to Best for Britain, but their website adds: “Campaign activities and stunts cost such money, and we try to spend our money on direct campaigns.
“So please consider helping us cover the costs of this message of hope by making a donation when you add your name below.”