Public Meeting ‘Brexit Unspun’, Oxford 9 September 2019.
Dr Rachel Clarke spoke about the effects that the vote for Brexit has already had on the NHS work force, as well as on funding and drug supplies.
Gavin Esler talked about the lies told by politicians and how worrying it is that this is becoming more and more accepted as normal, from the lies on the side of a bus to claims about the ease of negotiating trade deals.
Video available here
Saturday July 6th – EU SuperGirl came to Oxford!
Madeleina Kay and her company joined Oxford for Europe for a unique Alice’s Day protest performance on the madness of Brexit!
At our stall in Cornmarket and at the Weston Library, Broad Street.
European Parliamentary Election Hustings,
17 May 2019.
Hosted at Wesley Memorial Church by European Movement, Oxford.
Details and video here.
Celebrating the European Union – What has the European Union done for the UK?
A successful meeting took place at the Town Hall on 30 April 2019, with about 300 attending. The speakers were Prof Timothy Garten Ash, Prof Sarah Harper and Catherine Bearder MEP.
Details and video here
Public meeting – the Brexit Crisis
300 people attended a meeting at the Wesley Memorial Church on 1st March 2019. The panel featured leading campaigners and experts to brief us and comment on the latest state of play, the available options and on how pro-EU campaigners can contribute to securing a People’s vote and prepare to win it.
Naomi Smith and Peter Jukes.
Details and video here
Panel Event – Stopping Brexit: Campaigning to win – hearts, minds and votes
In Oxford, December 6th, 2018.
A public panel event hosted by Oxford for Europe, co-sponsored by European Movement (Oxford region) and Oxford European Association, chaired by Justen Hyde (Oxford for Europe)
How do we get a People’s Vote on Brexit? How do we win it?
With the government poised to offer the nation a terrible Brexit deal that no one voted for, our panel spoke and took questions on some key issues:
– Tackling the causes of Brexit, including austerity and widening inequality.
– Building a cross-Party majority in Parliament to reject the deal and no deal.
– National and grassroots campaigning for an informed People’s Vote on the deal.
– Using the resources and techniques required to build public opinion in support of EU membership.
Speakers:Will Hutton Layla Moran Jon Danzig
Read about it and watch the video here
Interview with Femi Oluwale
Femi Talks to Alan Rusbridger at LMH, 2 November 2018.
Click here to watch
Speaking out about Business and Brexit
On 4 October 2018 we held a hugely successful public meeting on the impacts of Brexit on business. CEOs, owners, managers and representatives of local businesses and creative industries spoke about their experiences of Brexit so far.
Oxfordshire MPs and City Councillors were also present, including Anneliese Dodds MP [Labour, Oxford East] and Councillor Liz Leffman [Liberal Democrat], deputising for Layla Moran MP.