Protest is central to democracy. From voting rights to employment and environmental protections it has been the key to political progress for over two centuries. Currently the police can only stop a protest if there is a threat of serious public disorder, serious damage to property or community life. This is set to change significantly. … More Block the Bill. Our right to protest is under threat
Last month Bath for Europe took the June Pulse/ Eurocafé to Henrietta Park, Bath for a picnic /get together. About 25 people showed up and it was lovely to see old friends and make new ones. Top prize for effort must go to Steve Rouse from Swindon for Europe who hobbled over to see us, … More The July Pulse of Europe/Eurocafe on Sunday, July 4th at 3pm. Venue: Henrietta Park, Bath, BA2 6LP.
“In ten years’ time the economy will be ravaged,” says Richard Turner at the protest against PM Theresa May’s visit to Bath on 31 May. It is the younger generation who will have to bear the consequences.
Under sunny skies, Bath for Europe hosted its second “Pulse of Europe” event on Sunday 2nd April, an upbeat gathering of some 160 pro-European supporters whose passion for the EU remains undimmed in the wake of the triggering of Article 50 on 29th March. After short speeches by local residents and singing next to Bath … More Making our voices heard at our 2nd Pulse of Europe event