“Brexit: can it be stopped?” was the topic of discussion at a Bath for Europe event on Monday 5th August at Widcombe Social Club. Stephen Dorrell and Andrew Adonis, Chair and Vice-Chair respectively of the European Movement, addressed a packed audience who had gathered to hear their views on the newly formed Boris Johnson government … More ‘Brexit: can it be stopped?’ Stephen Dorrell and Andrew Adonis, Bath, Monday August 5th 2019.
Dream-ticket headline speakers for our next march: Gary Lineker, Patrick Stewart/Captain Jean-Luc Picard of USS Enterprise, and … John Major! I have never ever voted Tory. But there was one Tory speech last week which I am cheering energetically. First, however, let’s give the red-flag-wavers a bit of a hand-clap. After a million hours of … More Headline Speakers for the March – Gary Lineker, Patrick Stewart and … John Major?
Join People’s Vote on Saturday 29th June as celebrities, political leaders, and hundreds of friendly faces come together in Cheltenham. Prepare to be moved and inspired as we celebrate our region, tell the truth about the impact of Brexit, and deliver a message loud and clear to the likes of Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage … More People’s Vote South West Region Rally, Saturday 29 June, 12:00-13:00 (doors open 11:00), Cheltenham Town Hall
Lord Andrew Adonis has been cited as one of the heroes of the Remain campaign. His call for a People’s Vote has resounded in all the towns and cities he’s visited on his nationwide campaign across broken Britain to persuade people Brexit is not a done deal. He’s written books, led debates and last year … More Remainer or Reneger? The truth about That Post
“Let’s get it done,” Theresa May said about her Brexit deal on March 8th, just days before it was soundly defeated by MPs on 12th March. I’m sure many people wish the European question and Brexit would go away. I certainly do. So much time and energy are being wasted on Brexit when there are … More “Let’s get it done,” says Theresa May, but Brexit difficulties have only just begun, according to Sir Ivan Rogers in a talk in Bath
On consecutive evenings recently, I attended fascinating talks by Jason Hunter, Stuart Brown and Graham Hughes on Brexit and the implications of leaving the EU with no deal. The talks included vivid descriptions of the chaotic and destructive consequences of a no deal situation in many sectors. It was clear that they see a no … More Deal or no deal? A comment on Jason Hunter’s talks on Brexit and trading on WTO terms