Oxford for Europe

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Oxford For Europe
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What do we stand for?

Oxford for Europe is campaigning to keep Britain in the EU. Brexit is NOT inevitable; more and more people are realising the Brexit deal is not what people voted for - and want a People's Vote they can have their say on the terms - with an option to stay in the EU.

Who are we?

Oxford for Europe are affiliated to  Britain For Europe which has many groups across the country. We are a grassroots organisation and are funded purely from public donations. We are not aligned with any political party and welcome members from any party or no party.
We also have close links with  Oxford European Association

What do we do?

Oxford for Europe hold a monthly stall in Cornmarket Street, Oxford, selling merchandise and giving out information. We are always happy to talk to people regardless or whether you voted leave or remain.
We have an ongoing regular programme of events.
Recent Events

MARCH on Parliament Square

On June 23 Oxford for Europe joined an estimated 500,000 activists in London to march to Parliament Squar​e to demand a vote on the final Brexit deal. Brexit is a disaster and the sheer number of people at the march showed that public opinion is turning against Brexit.

At Parliament Square a number of guest speakers addressed the crowd. To name just a few: Gina Miller, Vince Cable MP, Caroline Lucas, David Lammy MP and Anna Soubry. For our full report on the march, click

Please also consider signing the online petition calling for a People's Vote, which was launched at the event. 



  Public Meeting:  Speaking out about Business and Brexit with Anneliese Dodds MP and Councillor Liz Leffman
Thursday, 4 October 2018: 7:30pm-9:30pm
Assembly Room, Oxford Town Hall

Read about our event here
What would Brexit, a hard Brexit or a no deal Brexit mean for businesses in our region?

A few months away from the A50 deadline, this public meeting provided a forum for businesses in the Oxford area to speak out about the current and imminent impacts of Brexit on their activity and prospects.

We are delighted that Anneliese Dodds MP [Labour, Oxford East] took part in this event to discuss and take questions on Labour's Brexit policy and the current level of Brexit hazards in our area. Councillor Liz Leffman, deputising for Layla Moran MP, provided a Liberal Democrat “exit from Brexit” perspective, and commented on key Brexit issues in Oxford West and Abingdon.

Speakers included Dr John Boyle, founder and Managing Director of Oxford Computer Consultants; Susan Hartman, Partner and General Manager, Metaphysis and Ian Middleton, Managing Director, Argenteus. 

Supported by the European Movement (UK), Oxford Region and the Oxford European Association.

Complete this short online survey about the impact of Brexit on your business. The responses are confidential and will be collated by postcode and a summary sent to your local MP. 
Our Future, Our Choice

It was a great pleasure at Bonn Square to hear Will Dry, a young man who voted Leave but has since regretted his decision and co-founded Our Future Our Choice to give young people a voice on Brexit.

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