The Wall - European Movement
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The Wall
We have put up The Wall for you to write on. Unlike all physical walls, this will never be a barrier: it is a bridge.
Graham Bishop
03 Apr, 2018
Brexit in a year? Probably not
In less than a year, Britain goes over the cliff edge of departing from the EU – with...
Richard Corbett
14 Mar, 2018
The latest Brexit blind alley: “mutual recognition” and “equivalence”
It is becoming increasingly clear that while Theresa May’s Mansion House speech may have applied some sticking plaster...
Is Brexit worth it, Prime Minister?
Brendan Donnelly - 05 Mar, 2018
After her speech yesterday about the Brexit negotiations, the Prime Minister was asked by...
The European Union - A Union for Peace
David Quinn - 21 Feb, 2018
The European Union started out and continues to be an organisation whose primary objective...
Brexit Threatens EU Citizenship & European Mobility Schemes which have Enthused a Generation
Juliet Lodge (Prof) - 19 Feb, 2018
When a young official at the nascent European Parliament introduced me to Altiero Spinelli,...
As NHS Faces Major Challenges, Vital Contribution of EU and non-EU Migrants Must be Recognised
Joan Pons Laplana - 14 Feb, 2018
On 22 June 1948, the MV Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks carrying 492...
Losing control of our money, borders, laws and trade
Richard Corbett - 14 Feb, 2018
Brexit supporters are organised and disciplined in their constantly repeated sound-bites. Almost every day...
Transition or extension? One of several unlikely but possible scenarios
Richard Corbett - 06 Feb, 2018
The realisation that any post-Brexit transition period will leave the UK still subject to...
The City could find it cold in “Canada”
Graham Bishop - 22 Jan, 2018
New Year media reports suggest the UK Government thinks the EU27 is bluffing when...
Brexit and Young People
Richard Corbett - 14 Jan, 2018
The age demographics of the Brexit vote in June 2016 are well-known: around 73%...