Category Archives: grassroots

“Wombgate”: Why Trump like politics are destroying the UK

A month ago, if you’d asked the man in the street, “Who is Andrea Leadsom?” my guess is that you’d have got little more than a blank look in reply. Even two weeks ago, post Brexit, I think you’d have … Continue reading

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How You can help shape the Remain campaign

With the Referendum perhaps less than 5 months away it is time to step up the work that “SY2E – Remain in the EU” is doing. SY2E is a volunteer, cross party/apolitical grassroots organisation; nobody is employed, nobody is on … Continue reading

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The EU Referendum campaign must belong to the public.

A day over three months ago I wrote a piece called “EU Referendum & the grassroots campaign” about how the grassroots pro-EU groups were filling a need for an apolitical/cross-party pro-EU movement. Little did I think that they would be the only … Continue reading

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Why we are planning a grassroots campaign.

The “No” campaigners are getting organised and seem to be learning from past mistakes. Rather than relying on rather unpredictable politicians, they are planning on a business-led campaign with a “flock of birds” leadership, i.e. one that frequently changes, as … Continue reading

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Safe European Home

Posted on June 25, 2015 by Yasmin Ali In a large European city last night, a small, but remarkable meeting took place. It was the initiative of one man, young, unsectarian, committed to the public good. It is an example of how, perhaps … Continue reading

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EU Referendum & the grassroots campaign

The two main parties are starting to organise for the referendum with “Yes” and “No” campaign groups being formed in both parties. A “No” cross-party alliance has been formed. At the moment there is no sign of a cross party alliance emerging for the “Yes” campaign despite … Continue reading

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