Following Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision last week to suspend Parliament to force through a No Deal Brexit, there have been widespread protests throughout the country as people have expressed shock and anger, deeming his move to be a ‘coup.’ Reports of between 50,000 to 100,000 gathered in London at the weekend and on Sunday, … More Massive turnout for “Stop The Coup” rally
With Parliament reconvening on Tuesday 3rd September, we must keep up the pressure to say that we will not accept the suspension of Parliament which is an outrageous attach on our democracy. So far we have the following demonstrations planned. Please revisit this page for updates and visit our Facebook Group and Page for further … More Daily Demos week starting Monday 2nd September
“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.
On Saturday 20th July, many Bath for Europe supporters travelled to London to take part in a march to say ‘No to Boris, Yes to Europe!’ With our country just a few days away from knowing which of the two No-Deal Tory candidates will be taking up residence at Number 10, it was the perfect … More ‘No To Boris, Yes To Europe!’ says Bath for Europe
‘Boris Johnson’ took time from his busy hustings schedule in the final days of the Tory Party leadership contest to pay a visit to Bath to confess he’d got Brexit all wrong. At Bath for Europe’s monthly rally and march through the city centre on Sunday 7th July, he performed a musical medley, including ‘Hotel … More ‘Boris’ back in Bath for monthly rally
Bath for Europe delivered on its promise to bring joyful noise to our city with its monthly rally and march on Sunday 2nd June. Music unites people and does not recognise national borders, as the throng of supporters heard and experienced for themselves as they sang, marched and even danced their way through the city … More Music Must Remain! A celebration of music without borders