Online Euro Café, Guest Speaker Ped Asgarian, Propagating a New Food System: for People and the Planet, Sunday 6th September, 2pm

This month’s Pulse of Europe/Euro Cafe will feature guest speaker Ped Asgarian, who will talk about ‘Propagating a New Food System: for People and the Planet.’ Brexit will have a profound impact on food and farming in the UK, particularly as it coincides with other challenges facing food production including environmental factors and climate change. … More Online Euro Café, Guest Speaker Ped Asgarian, Propagating a New Food System: for People and the Planet, Sunday 6th September, 2pm

Online event with Ian Dunt.‘How to be a Liberal: The six lies of nationalism’, Wednesday 23rd September, 8-9pm. Co-hosted with Cambridge for Europe

Across the world, nationalism is on the rise. Right-wing populists have taken hold of some of the most powerful countries, including the US, UK, India, Brazil, Italy, and Hungary. The best way to counter them is to renew our confidence in liberal beliefs of freedom and reason. Liberalism is currently fractured and unfashionable – mocked … More Online event with Ian Dunt.‘How to be a Liberal: The six lies of nationalism’, Wednesday 23rd September, 8-9pm. Co-hosted with Cambridge for Europe

Online event with Professor Michael Dougan, ‘The New Tories and their Extremist Brexit: What Comes Next?’, Wednesday 12th August, 6-7.30pm

After its victory in the December 2019 election, Johnson’s radicalised Conservative Party succeeded in implementing the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union.  But leaving the EU was the easy part.  Now, a large number of complex and controversial policy choices, international negotiations and domestic challenges have to be addressed.  And so far, the evidence suggests … More Online event with Professor Michael Dougan, ‘The New Tories and their Extremist Brexit: What Comes Next?’, Wednesday 12th August, 6-7.30pm

Online Euro Café, Sunday, August 2nd, 2pm – ‘A Twinning Revival and strengthening our links with Europe’

Join Bath for Europe on Sunday, August 2nd from 2 to 3pm to hear Marian McNeir MBE, former Mayor of Bath, talk on ‘A twinning revival – strengthening our links with Europe.’ Bath is twinned with four European cities: Braunschweig, Alkmaar, Kaposvar and Aix-en-Provence, of which Marian chairs the twinning committee. This should be a … More Online Euro Café, Sunday, August 2nd, 2pm – ‘A Twinning Revival and strengthening our links with Europe’

Government’s Settled Status programme failing EU citizens

First, a big thank you to Bath for Europe for inviting me to be a guest blogger. I’m Véronique Martin, a French Bathonian of 30 years, the co-editor of the not-for-profit book In Limbo: Brexit testimonies from EU citizens in the UK and the associate director of the In Limbo Project. The In Limbo Project … More Government’s Settled Status programme failing EU citizens

The Brexit negotiations – risk of no-deal is high but might be overplayed

There is a lot of pessimism among Remainers. Many think a no-deal exit from the transition period at the end of the year is almost inevitable. Social media is awash with such thoughts. “It’s an ERG government. No deal its only policy” (‘Vonpole’ on Twitter on 4th June) being just one example. Even the indefatigable … More The Brexit negotiations – risk of no-deal is high but might be overplayed