There will be a minute of silence in remembrance of the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack at 11 am this morning. It’s been announced that all the political parties will resume “low-key, local campaigning” with due sensitivity today before restarting national campaigning on Friday. So it feels appropriate for us to resume our activities … More Campaigning resumes
In light of last night’s terrorist attack in Manchester, we are suspending our campaign until further notice. All public facing activities such as leafleting are cancelled. Our thoughts are with all those affected by this terrible event. – Bath for Europe Team
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Bath for Europe supporters turned out in force on Sunday, 7th May, for Bath’s third Pulse of Europe event. Pulse of Europe is a pan-European movement celebrating the values of peace, democracy, tolerance and human rights in the face of rising populism. It originated in Frankfurt with thousands gathering at 2 pm on Sundays linking … More Bath’s pro-Europeans turn out for Pulse of Europe
There was a lively protest outside the Bailbrook Hotel in Bath as Home Secretary Amber Rudd arrived for a local Conservative fundraising dinner on Friday, April 21st. Supporters of Bath for Europe waved banners and chanted “Brexit Wrecks it”, “Brexit’s Bonkers” and a range of other slogans as guests arrived. There was strong support … More “Brexit’s bonkers” chant Bath for Europe
Theresa May has announced a snap General Election on 8 June. This vote is about Brexit. Bath for Europe has no single political party allegiance, but we see this as a chance to change the direction of this country away from a disastrous hard Brexit that Theresa May’s Tory government are leading the country … More General Election 8 June 2017