This National Action Day is extremely important. It is the last one before the meaningful vote on Brexit in Parliament on Tuesday 15th January. We need your help to get across our message calling for a People’s Vote, and to hand out as many leaflets as possible. Please join us! We will be running two … More National Day of Action Street Stalls, Saturday 12th January, Bath and Trowbridge
Update: January 25th 2019. Since this piece was published some people have pointed out on Twitter that the 2016 referendum didn’t even have the highest number of voters, let alone the highest turnout. This is true. In the 1992 general election 33,614,074 people voted; in the 2016 referendum it was 33,577,342. Thus 36,732 more people … More Was the 2016 referendum really ‘the biggest democratic exercise in this country’s history’?
As Brexit comes into sharper and sharper focus, Bath for Europe hosted a thought-provoking event on 30th November, bringing together four local politicians from across the political spectrum. The purpose of the event was to explain how we, the people, benefit from EU membership and separate Brexit myth from fact. All agree that Brexit would … More South West politicians favour a People’s Vote
Rain didn’t dampen the spirits of the Bath for Europe supporters who turned our monthly rally on Sunday 2nd December into a carol concert in front of Bath’s Guildhall. The group sang traditional Christmas carols and “Ode to Joy” with updated lyrics that reflect our passionate belief that the UK belongs in the European Union. … More Bath for Europe carollers sing praises of EU membership
I went on the march in London in October and had bought my bEUret to wear there. But, as I’d paid a tenner* for it, I was determined to get my money’s worth. So, in November, I took to the streets to join Bath for Europe’s weekly street stand…wearing it at what I thought was … More I’ve got a bEUret, and I’m going to use it
There is a large part of me so sick of what is going on in MY Country, that I just want to walk away. But I can’t. I recall that positive day after the referendum – and I mean 1975. The public’s majority feeling, for the first time for awhile, was that the UK had … More The only way forward is to vote again