We are Oxford for Europe – a group of volunteers working to help Oxford remain the welcoming and vibrant international centre that it has always been.
While our activity is mainly in Oxford, we support activities across Oxfordshire and the UK in co-operation with numerous other formal and informal pro-EU organisations. We are affiliated to the European Movement UK, and work closely with Grassroots for Europe, March for Change, Best for Britain and many others.
Brexit has happened, but that only increases the need to promote pro-EU voices, to make EU citizens welcome, to share news from the EU and to encourage more people to get involved in building a pro-European city, county and country. With the country facing unprecedented difficulties as a result of the pandemic, we need to ensure that we do not lose sight of the need for cooperation across borders, and the urgency of avoiding a no deal outcome on 1 January 2021.
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OfE Meeting on 9th July – with Dominic Grieve and Michael Dougan – Details here
Extend the Transition Period
A Message from Oxford For Europe’s Media Team:
Open Letter to the Prime Minister from distinguished scientists
A letter has been written by 21 of the UK’s most distinguished scientists, including 6 from Oxford, spelling out the harm that will result to science in this country if there is no extension to the transition period. See here.
Should pro-EU groups focus now On a campaign to extend the Brexit transition period? – A commentary by Colin Gordon
Brexit Transition Advocates
A detailed review of the evidence, collated by Colin Gordon on behalf of Grassroots for Europe. Here
An open letter from the Chair of Oxford For Europe
Faces of Europe.
Emily Maitlis and Dominic Cummings – Time to ‘Move on’? Hell no!
Call for a public enquiry into the government’s handling of Coronavirus: https://www.marchforchange.uk/coronavirus_inquiry
Extend Transition and focus on tackling Covid-19
Petition to Government on extending transition
Time for Cummings to go