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Welcome to Liberal Democrat European Group

LDEG is a forum for Lib Dem Members to discuss and campaign on European issues.

We provide campaign support for members, and argue that Britain is stronger and better off in the EU.

LDEG membership is open to all members of the Liberal Democrat Party and of its European allies.

  • Article: Mar 24, 2017

    The Liberal Democrat European Group and its members look forward to joining other Liberal Democrats for the Unite for Europe march tomorrow at 1000 at Marble Arch.

    The Liberal Democrat European Group regrets the decision of the European Movement not to participate fully in this march.

  • Article: Mar 15, 2017

    "Unlike all of Leave's promises during the EU referendum campaign, almost all our predictions a year ago have come true. This was not Project Fear, but a warning of Project Reality. See what we said..."

    The case for the UK remaining in the European Union

    Founders Hall Main Lecture Room, Royal Holloway University of London:

  • Event: Apr 5, 2017 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

    Marianne Magnin, the Lib Dem London activist who is the Modem candidate for North Europe in French parliamentary election will be taking part in a forum on populism, hosted by the Liberal International British Group on 5 April.

    The meeting starts at 6.30 pm and last for 90 minutes. More information on the event can be found here:

  • Article: Feb 2, 2017
    By Nick Hopkinson, chair of the Liberal Democrat European Group in Shoreham Herald

    The article below is a letter to the editor of the Shoreham Herald, which appeared in tioday's edition and was written by Nick Hopkinson, LDEG Chair:

    Dear Sir,

    Your editorial (Crucial role in Brexit - 26 January) asks readers to make a success of the Prime Minister's January 2017 Brexit statement. Whatever the prevailing policy of the Government of the day, we all want to advance our country's success. However, demanding we support an unelected Prime Minister speaking outside Parliament proposing what she knows to be a half-baked plan for Britain's future is not best for Sussex.