Please join Bath for Europe for our February Euro Cafe, an informal monthly on-line gathering. We’ll be chatting about how we think Brexit is going and – as it’s Valentine’s month – things we love about Europe. Please register in advance via this link to join this free event: https://us02web.zoom.us/…/tZItcemrrjorGNGY49JvLhesk30uK…
Bath for Europe are very excited to welcome back one of our most popular speakers, Molly Scott Cato. Those of us who still feel ourselves to be Europeans are the majority in this country, and a growing majority. How can we work together to keep in touch with our European friends? How can we make … More Online event with Molly Scott Cato: “Holding EU Close”, Tuesday 7 July, 6 – 7 pm
Even in lockdown, Bath for Europe are upholding our tradition of getting together on the first Sunday of the month. Join us at 2 pm on 7th June. Grab a cup of tea or coffee to catch up with old friends and meet new ones. We have lots to talk about. Our special guest … More Online Euro Café – Pulse of Europe, Sunday 7 June, 2pm
Bath for Europe has forged an incredibly strong, vibrant community of campaigners. We have accomplished so much together and became a powerhouse in the Remain movement. We miss our marches, rallies, street stalls, talks and get-togethers! Steve Bray, otherwise known as ‘Mr Stop Brexit’, is organising a virtual pro-EU march on Parliament on Europe Day. … More Virtual Europe Day March on Parliament, Saturday 9 May from 1 pm on Twitter and Facebook
That the UK is heading towards a hard Brexit is widely recognised. But the term ‘hard Brexit’ is bandied around loosely meaning anything from a comprehensive deal but outside the single market to leaving with no deal. So what might the future relationship between the UK and EU look like? Where are we heading with … More Towards a hard Brexit? The negotiations and possible outcomes
In February the coronavirus was just beginning to affect Europe. I guess many of us thought it would come and go like other viruses in recent history and would certainly not affect the Brexit negotiations. The big issue was the extent to which Boris Johnson was serious about no-deal if the EU didn’t back down … More Brexit transition and the coronavirus crisis – what hope reason will prevail?