by Colin Gordon, Oxford for Europe. How should Pro-EU campaigners in the UK work with EU citizens after Brexit? Who and what was Brexit about and what will its backers attempt next? Morals for Remainers: battle-fatigue, bad advice and reasons to resist. Brexit is an act of violence, against truth and democracy, against human lives … Continue reading The Brexit New Year: adversaries and alliances, morals for Remainers.
The activists in Georgia started small and won over the people in their immediate circle - what the professional social media trainers will call your “golden circle”, the people who listen to you because they like you, because they understand where you are coming from.
Major pro-EU groups are coming together to campaign for the UK to agree with the EU, in the transformed global setting of the COVID-19 pandemic, to postpone by two years the hard end-date of the UK's exit transition period. Colin Gordon (Oxford for Europe)* sets the scene. The case for extending the Brexit transition period … Continue reading Pro-European groups should focus now on a campaign to extend the Brexit transition period
by Peter Cook, Rage Against the Brexit Machine Brexit will unravel of its own contradictions. I believe this will be sooner rather than later. Brexit’s implosion will come from either what I call external socio-economic, political, environmental shocks or "internal combustion", due to the underlying inherent instability of the Tory party and the self-destructive nature … Continue reading Brexit Futures – Preparing to Change the Game
by Colin Gordon, Oxford for Europe The recent, excellent and highly successful Grassroots for Europe conference, “Where Now For Remain?” devoted a set of important sessions to three interlinked subjects: “The Post-truth Age – how can we bring truth & honesty back to politics?”, “Brexit Isn’t “Getting Done”! – keeping the public informed as the … Continue reading Reflections on the Grassroots for Europe Conference