The referendum on British membership of the EU is coming closer, but the EU itself appears to be drifting further away. Whether looking at policies for the European economy, or the fate of the hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees, or the future of European democracy itself, British politics is increasingly speaking a different language from the rest of Europe.
Is this to continue? Can this trend be reversed? Is Britain condemned to depart?
Date: Thursday 24 September 2015
Time: 5.15 pm – 7 pm, followed by drinks
Venue: 84 Moorgate, London EC2M 6SQ
Andrew Duff, former Liberal Democrat MEP, author of many books including most recently “Pandora, Penelope, Polity – how to change the European Union”
Denis MacShane, former Labour MP, also a prolific author, most recently “Brexit – how Britain will leave Europe”
Attendance is free of charge, but please confirm in advance that you are coming – e-mail to [email protected] or text to 078 7965 4555
This event is organised jointly by Federal Union/Federal Trust/GPI to consider the future of the European debate in the UK. It will also include a short Federal Union AGM for Federal Union members.