No Brexit Deal Can Beat EU Membership

On 5 September, in the House of Commons, the Minister for Brexit, David Davis, failed to define what Brexit means, other than Britain’s leaving the European Union. But maybe that is not surprising. For as the former Head of the Foreign Office, Sir Simon Fraser, told a packed gathering of the Association of European Journalists […]

Brexit and it implications for Citizenship Education across Europe

This blog will address how, through education, European countries (including the UK) and European institutions can address the issues of the rise of anti EU sentiment and support for anti-immigration policies that became prominent in the recent UK vote for Brexit. It will begin by looking at what we already know, how the current state […]

After the EU referendum: All is not lost

Many of us campaigned 24/7 for the UK to Remain in the European Union (EU). London4Europe members engaged in all forms of campaigning, notably giving some 150 talks, debates and media interviews throughout Greater London. We are proud to have articulated publically what we believe is best for our country. Although we are bitterly disappointed […]

The EU is more democratic than the UK – It’s the pot calling the kettle black.

Brexiters swear that the EU is undemocratic, complaining that “We can’t throw them out’”, as if the EU were a Federal State like the USA – by the way, even there the President is elected indirectly through an electoral ‘college’ of votes from its states – not directly. But the EU is not a federal […]