The overwhelming majority of musicians are self-employed independents. For them – but also, to a great extent, for the small minority of musicians who are salaried employees (such as in the major UK orchestras) the effects of a Brexit – hard or even soft – would create a negative impact in most areas of their … More Musicians and the Music Industry – what would be the effects of Brexit?
As with all Bath for Europe blogs, this text reflects the personal views of one of our supporters. This coming Thursday, May 23rd, we are voting in one of the most complicated elections that British voters have ever tackled. Many will not bother to vote, which is sad. We are electing the next five years’ … More Vote for Europe!
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
During the referendum campaign leading up to June 2016 (…is it really almost three years ago?), I was firmly convinced that remaining was a sensible idea. The two key areas for me were that I believe trade is, in general terms, an aid to a good economy and that promotion of ‘good causes’ related to … More Exposing the far-right narrative behind Brexit
I was never really sure if the EU was very relevant to me as a working woman. I saw it mostly as a rich man’s club for businesses to pass money around. When I lost my job under circumstances I cannot go into here, there was no recourse for those of us who were made … More Why I’m standing against Brexit
“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