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
Three lies in a row. As we sleepwalk to the cliff-edge, Theresa May repeats her manufactured mantra: “We are taking control of our borders, our money and our laws.” All three claims are not true. Existing border regulations allow member nations to track and expel EU people who don’t pay their way after three months. … More Three Lies in a Row
On 20th September, Bath for Europe’s special guest speaker, Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP, gave a wide-ranging and eloquent talk to an audience of 200 people on the topic of Brexit. One of the leading Conservatives supporting a #PeoplesVote, Grieve believes that Brexit would be a colossal act of national self-harm. He gives an … More Video of Rt Hon Dominic Grieve QC MP on Brexit: Clarity or Smoke and Mirrors?
Brexit and its implications for the broader BANES community was the theme of a debate on 12th April organised by Bath for Europe and Leave 2Remain. The two non-party political groups are staunchly pro-Remain but the pioneering event was conceived to bring both Leavers and Remainers together to talk about issues that matter to … More Town hall meeting on impact of Brexit attracts diverse audience
Professor Michael Dougan gave an outstanding talk to a packed house at the Bath for Europe event on 14th March. The video of his talk is now available. A must-watch!
“Brexit is a long-term act of national diminishment…We have the best deal in Europe. Let’s keep it.” Michael Dougan, Professor of EU Law and Jean Monnet Chair in EU Law at the University of Liverpool, held the packed audience at Bath for Europe’s event hanging on his every word. Michael Dougan is renowned as a … More Michael Dougan delivers memorable talk on “Brexit: Where have we got to and where are we going?”