A colourful crowd of Bath for Europe supporters turned out alongside other opposition groups to send a strong message to Prime Minister Theresa May and the Tories this afternoon. Mrs. May visited the Cross Manufacturing site in Odd Down where she reportedly took questions from workers and was interviewed by the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg. Armed … More Big turnout to protest Theresa May’s Bath visit
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
Are you aged 18-25? Make sure that you vote for the future you want! You have until Monday 22nd May at midnight to register to vote. Don’t let other people decide your future for you! Vote for the future you want for yourself and for your generation.
A Bath Spa University student explains why young people must register and turn out to vote for the future they want. While initial reports following the Referendum to leave the EU suggested that over two-thirds of young people (18-24) did not vote despite being registered, this has been refuted. The most recent figures say that … More It’s our future. We need to vote for it
Don’t be fooled. This is no ordinary general election. It is an attempt by the government to exploit the political weakness of their opponents to push through a mandate for a hard Brexit. Clearly without the prospect of Brexit there would have been no need for a general election. The Prime Minister made that abundantly … More This election is all about Brexit and nothing else