Labour’s Answer: A ‘People’s Vote’ for party members

Labour Party members should be given a vote in an internal Brexit referendum before MPs vote on another proposed deal from Prime Minister Theresa May. The ballot would ask: “Should the Parliamentary Labour Party support Britain's exit from the EU?”   Yes  (Leave) No (Remain)   An internal party poll would be better than a … Continue reading Labour’s Answer: A ‘People’s Vote’ for party members

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Labour are the winning voice for ‘remain’

  Since the EU referendum result, Labour, like the rest of the country has experienced a period of shock and deep soul searching. Our leader, Jeremy Corbyn spoke on the morning of the 24th June of the party's need to respect the result of the referendum and move on. In an interview with the BBC … Continue reading Labour are the winning voice for ‘remain’

A People Powered Movement to Save Europe #diem25

Governments cannot reform the European Union. But citizens can. Democracy In Europe Movement 2025 (DiEM25) is a pan-European political movement to democratize the machinary of the European Union. (diem25.org)Over the years, the role of the European Union has become warped and confusing. Today, its central institutions serve as mediators between hostile national governments. It is little … Continue reading A People Powered Movement to Save Europe #diem25

Why YOU should vote to keep in Europe

Although some of the out campaigners have made some valid points about the European Union's faults, there is certainly an underlying xenophobic and heavily anti-immigrant anger sweeping British society. Supporters of ‘leave’ or ‘Brexiteers’ as they have so irritatingly become named, use phrases such as ‘taking back sovereignty’ and ‘Britain is unique’ and ‘we gave [Europe] … Continue reading Why YOU should vote to keep in Europe

Nigel Huddleston MP – you do not speak for me

   A response to Mid-Worcestershire MP Nigel Huddleston as he declares his constituents don't want a Europe that is currently "too big, too bossy and too interfering". Today, Europe faces a string of terrorist threats, a refugee crisis, a financial recession and military threats towards its Eastern border. Obviously, co-operation is key.    The union … Continue reading Nigel Huddleston MP – you do not speak for me