If you're looking for a way to make your vote count as a "no to Brexit" then you're likely going to have to vote tactically this June.
This site will soon offer a way to help you decide who to vote for in the general election.
There's not really enough time for a "Stop Brexit" party to appear, so pro-remain folk may want to vote for the local pro-remain candidate with the best chance of winning.
Using crowd-sourced data, we'll make a simple tool that shows you who your local "remain" candidates are and their likelihood of being elected. You'll then be able to make an informed decision about how to vote in June.
If you add your email we'll email you when the tool is ready to test and use. We also have a slack group for anyone who wants to contribute.
If you're interested in helping out, please sign up. We don't have very long, so people with relevant knowledge and enthusiasm are welcome.
A note if the existence of this project irritates you – in a healthy democracy it's important that people with differing opinions are all able to express those opinions at the ballot box.
If you have questions, @stef started this page, so ask on Twitter. It's a community effort so pop into the Slack channel and I'm sure you'll find answers there too.