TRADE POLICY AFTER BREXIT with David Henig
- Thursday 15 April 7:30pm to 9pm
David Henig is a leading expert on the development of UK trade policy post Brexit. Henig will discuss what is happening to UK Trade outside the Single Market with significant border barriers? Will exporters recover from the 40.7% drop in exports to the EU in January?
Organised by North East Surrey for Europe.
AN EVENING IN CONVERSATION WITH GORDON BROWN
- Monday 19 April at 6pm
The former Prime Minister will join Naomi Smith, CEO of Best for Britain and Lord Mark Malloch-Brown, president of the Open Society Foundations will discuss Erasmus, the UK’s commitment to international aid and the future of British trade.
Cost: Tickets are secured through a £6 donation. There are a limited number of free sponsored tickets available for unwaged people.
The Oxford Webinars: Sajjad Karim, former Conservative MEP
- Tuesday 20 April at 6pm
An MEP for 15 years for North West England, he fought back against an attempt to expel him for his opposition to Brexit and survived. He’s now on the EM’s National Council, helping to reach liberal Conservatives whose votes will be key to our return to leadership at the heart of Europe. Organised by the European Movement Oxford Region
WHAT DO PEOPLE THINK ABOUT BREXIT? INTERVIEW WITH PETER KELLNER
- Tuesday 20 April at 7pm
Peter Kellner, pollster, analysist and active member of the European movement, will talk about his polling experience and where he sees the public sentiment regarding Brexit just now. Organised by East Midlands European Movement.
Registration not necessary. Enter the following log-in details:
Zoom link Meeting ID 837 4001 8293 | Passcode 921410
LEAVING ERASMUS – LOST OPPORTUNITY OR FRESH START?
Wednesday 21 April at 7pm
Despite the assurances, we’re leaving Erasmus and a student exchange programme called the Turing Scheme has been established by the UK Department for Education as a replacement programme. Our expert panel debates whether this is a lost opportunity or a fresh start for young people in the UK, with an opportunity for the audience to ask questions.
Panel chaired by Julius Lajtha, President of the Young European Movement with Professor Juliet Lodge, Annette Kratz, Phil Atkinson and students from King’s College London.
LAUNCH OF UK-WIDE PROTEST AGAINST “THS CORRUPT GOVERNMENT” CALLED BY STEVE BRAY
- Wed 23, Thurs 24, Friday 25, Sat 26 and Sunday 27 June
“Fight for your rights” “They have forgotten who they serve” “We demand better”
Please RETWEET this far & wide. London (23, 24, 27) | Leeds (24) | Manchester (25) | Nottingham (25) | Liverpool (26)| Bristol (26) | Birmingham (26) | Sheffield (26) | Glasgow (26) | Cardiff (27) | Edinburgh (27)| Belfast (27) | Newcastle (26)
Organised by Sodem Action
Information Steve Bray’s twitter