RISK AND ECONOMIC IMPACT: the House of Commons Library identifies 17 estimates of the impact of Brexit. 16 of these say it will be negative. The only one that departs from this consensus is Economist for Brexit, whose joint Chair is … Read More
So Students for Britain have come up with a new leaflet, naming their countless reasons to leave the EU. We don’t think they’re too accurate. Here is why: “#I’mLeaveBecause I’m for open globalism not narrow regionalism.” So you’re telling me … Read More
Dear Boris, You asked us some questions: we’ve replied. Let us know when you’ve reassessed your position and what time to expect you on June 23rd, or Vote Remain Day. 1. How can you possibly control EU immigration into this … Read More
Upcoming Events!Over the coming weeks running up to the referendum on June 23rd, Cambridge for Europe will be hosting a range of events hoping to convince the Cambridgeshire public that IN is the only way to vote on June 23rd! … Read More
Sovereignty – What’s the issue?Robert Lowson – Co-Chair Cambridge for Europe on Cambridge for Europe: In the UK we have a very centralised system of government. Parliament is supreme and can make whatever laws it chooses. The Government dominates Parliament (for … Read More
A new survey shows 70% of FTSE 350 firms, some of the UK’s largest employers, think they’ll be hit if Britain leaves the EU. Being in Europe means more jobs and more opportunities.
Lisa Nandy, Shadow Energy & Climate Change Secretary had this to say on the subject of the Paris Climate Change Conference. It is clear that working together with other EU countries, on issues like climate change and security, makes Britain stronger … Read More
Read John Major’s full interview here. The former prime minister has added his voice to those of other major political figures now being very firm in the advice that a ‘Leave’ vote would be detrimental to Britain.