L4E Chair triumphs in #EUref debate at Royal Holloway University of London

Nick Hopkinson, chairman of London4Europe, participated in a debate on whether to Remain In or Leave the European Union (EU) at Royal Holloway University of London (RHUL) on 16 March. The meeting, organised by The Atlantic European Movement (TEAM) and Department of Politics, RHUL attracted 65 students and guests. Impartially chaired by TEAM director, Lawrence […]

EU referendum: Trade, workers and the bubble of self-righteousness

This blog in our series focuses on how to deal with Leave campaign negativity in the area of employment, workers’rights and protections, but also includes throwaway snippets on the minimum extra import taxes we could expect after Brexit. “European employment red tape is strangling our ability to employ people”  So you think it would be any better […]

Comment: Leavers confuse fear and risk

The various Leave campaigns are beginning to sound like a broken record. Every time the Remain campaign makes a valid point or argument, their simplistic standard media rebuttal is the Remain campaign is ‘scaremongering’ or engaging in “Project Fear’. The Remain campaign, various city institutions, independent commentators and today the Cabinet Office have all produced well […]

Comment: EU membership crucial to the Irish peace-process, says Kenny

The Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister), Enda Kenny, announced at a press conference at 10 Downing Street on Tuesday that EU membership is crucial to Anglo-Irish relations and a Brexit would not only disrupt trade between the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain, but would also disrupt the Northern Irish peace process, which began in 1998. […]