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Press Release 24th March 2017 – Unite For Europe Organisers

Big turnout expected in support of the EU, as more high-profile speakers confirm *** PRESS RELEASE *** Unite for Europe, National March to Parliament, London, 25 March 2017 Organisers of the Unite for Europe March on Saturday, have seen a surge in … Continue reading

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Do not wait for the world to deliver your salvation: Support the Second Referendum! Several million people have signed the petition for a second referendum, but we need more. If the disaster that is Brexit is to be avoided, we need 10s of millions of people to sign it. All of you who … Continue reading

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Quitters emasculate the UK even before the UK has left the EU – UK Commissioner for resigns

Lord Hills, the EU Commissioner for Financial Services, has resigned from the EU Commission. Lord Hills was leading the move to fully open up the services market in the EU, a market which would be of enormous benefit to the UK.  

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“Please mind the gap between the EU and the platform”

People often call the Remain campaign project Fear, I call it project Get Real. When somebody gives you advice or a warning you should thank your lucky stars that somebody gives enough of a toss about you to do so, … Continue reading

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1975 – a more serious & intelligent debate and not a focus group in sight.

By Yasmin Ali, a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups. Our politics today has become like our financial services, dependent on algorithms, number-crunching, and, crucially, bare faced misselling. PPI politics, cynical and shoddy. Sub-prime … Continue reading

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What the EU does for you and me – 1.

By Manuel Escuder, a member of one of the SY2E – Remain in the EU groups Here is one example of what the EU can do for individuals. Until recently, I lived in a remote part of Andalucia, Spain for … Continue reading

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