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We will be hosting a one-day workshop on the “Impact of Brexit” on Friday 17 November at our offices. / There will be contributions from academic and policy-oriented researchers and leading experts on International Economics, Trade, Economic Growth, Development and more broadly, the macroeconomic impacts of Brexit.
Campaigners from across the country joined forces in Leeds city centre today (25 March) as part of a national call to rejoin the EU. / The protest was one of more than 30 events taking place in Britain – plus two in Spain – on what was dubbed a 'Day for Rejoin'.
Brendan is a former Conservative Member of the European Parliament, who left the Conservative Party in 1999 in protest against its anti-European policies. Since then, he has stood in the European elections of 1999, 2009 and 2014, always for pro-European parties.
A day of pro-rejoin action around the whole of the UK and in every EU country, all happening on the same day.
TIME for Scotland and local Yes groups have organised rallies across Scotland for those who want to express how they feel on the third anniversary of Brexit.
The UK Trade and Business Commission is gathering evidence to understand the main challenges facing businesses, organisations and economic sectors to establish which policies and trading arrangements will help overcome the economic and trading barriers facing the UK today.
A STRIKING torch-lit procession will lead protesters to a rally at the Scottish Parliament to mark the third anniversary of Scotland’s forced removal from the EU.
MULTIPLE groups are planning co-ordinated action in the lead up and on the third year Brexit anniversary. / Time for Scotland and Yes for EU both have action planned to follow the theme of light.
Do you have relevant expertise and experience or a special interest in the Retained EU Law (Revocation and Reform) Bill, which is currently passing through Parliament? / If so, you can submit your views in writing to the House of Commons Public Bill Committee which is going to consider this Bill.
UPDATE: As a mark of respect for Her Majesty, we have taken the decision to postpone the march that was to be held on Saturday (10 September). We would like to thank everyone who has supported the march, which will be rescheduled to a date that will be published as soon as possible.
(Rescheduled from Sat 10th Sept.)
Online event with Professor Chris Grey, author of ‘Brexit Unfolded. How no one got what they wanted (and they were never going to)’. Tuesday 11th January, 2022, 19:00 to 20:15.
On Thursday 20 January 2022 at 12.30pm, ACE’s group for emerging professionals will explore the effects of Brexit on the construction industry, in a special webinar co-hosted by Ellie Eastwood and Harry Coates of legal experts Beale & Co.
North East residents will be on the streets of Newcastle today to protest against the local impact of the recent HGV and supply chain crisis.
The Festival of Europe 2022 is a celebration of our continent and our shared culture and values. Our vision is one of hope and cooperation now and in the future. / The Festival of Europe comprises dozens of exciting events all across the UK throughout the summer of 2022...
The Independent is hosting an expert panel discuss on Brexit and what the current situation means for the UK.
On 3 October the Conservative annual party conference starts in Manchester. As delegates begin to arrive on 2 October, Grassroots for Europe groups from around the country and locals opposed to the Brexit deal will be there to give them the welcome they deserve and put Brexit at the front and centre of the agenda.
Campaigners will be holding a pro-EU anti-Brexit protest in Leeds city centre this week.
Creatives have been hit with a double whammy of the pandemic and Brexit making it harder and sometimes impossible to work in Europe like they used to. Ending careers. / From DJs to Orchestra's, musicians have felt the brunt of it. / This live online event is to raise awareness to help these people out and put their cause on the agenda.
The fifth anniversary of the 23rd June 2016 referendum to leave the European Union isn't a moment we remember fondly. But this year, we’re marking the occasion by turning it into a message of hope. We are going to project the names of those citizens who voted to stay, or who regretted voting leave, or anyone else who wants to sign our message, onto buildings at the heart of Europe.
Oxford for Europe virtual meeting with Ian Dunt and Tony Connelly