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The Liberal Democrat European Group.....

  • Supports liberal values, peace and prosperity in Europe, and UK membership of the EU
  • Prepares campaign materials for members and LibDem activists.
  • Runs stalls and events at Lib Dem conferences. (See below from Bournemouth.)
  • Convenes members' seminars and study trips on Brexit and European issues.

LDEG is an Associated Organisation (AO) of the Liberal Democrats.

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Michael Young () attendees () Catherine Bearder () Jo Swinson () Robert Heslop, Membership Officer, Nick Hopkinson, Chair of LDEG and Thomas Cole, Northern Ireland Spokesperson at LDEG's stall Antony Hook ()

  • Article: Mar 6, 2019


    18.15-19.15 SATURDAY 16 MARCH 2019


    LDEG AGM 18.15-18.45

    Chair: Baroness Sarah Ludford, Liberal Democrat Spokesperson (Exiting the European Union), House of Lords

    1) Apologies for absence

    2) Minutes of Southport AGM and matters arising

  • Article: Jan 31, 2019
  • Article: Jan 31, 2019

    Each year, the Liberal Democrat European Group (LDEG) organises an annual study trip for Liberal Democrat party members to a European capital. This year we are pleased to be working with Lib Dems in Europe on a visit to Berlin from Thursday 16 - Saturday 18 May 2019.

    We are planning a visit to the Bundestag and meetings with our sister party, the Free Democratic Party (FDP), the German Foreign Ministry, our embasy, the Friedrich Naumann Stiftung and the German Business Federation (BDI). On the Saturday there will be an opportunity to campaign with the FDP and free time to tour Berlin.

  • Article: Nov 29, 2018
    By Liberal Democrat European Group

    The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has myopically decided to support May's miserable Brexit Agreement with the European Union (EU). In so doing they have opted to sacrifice longer-term certainty for the seeming short-term certainty of a deal which at best delays a regulatory cliff-edge for just two years, and holds out the promise of trade deals inferior to what we enjoy now as a member of the EU.