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Welcome to Liberal Democrat European Group

The Liberal Democrat European Group (LDEG), an Associate Organisation (AO) of the Liberal Democrats, campaigns for the UK's membership of the EU, and peace and prosperity in Europe.
Specifically, LDEG:
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: Nov 27, 2017
    By George Smid in Lincolnshire reporter http://lincolnshirereporter.co.uk/2017/11/george-smid-no-deal-brexit-must-mean-staying-eu/

    Deal or No Deal - in the game show you either accept the offer or stay in the game.

    If you wish to sell a house you either do a deal or you stay in your house - no deal.

    In every situation if you don't do the deal you stay put.

    Brexit claims to be different. 'No deal' means that we give away the house and hope it will never rain.

  • Article: Nov 11, 2017
    By J G Šmíd

    A vote for Brexit was all things to all people. Those who wanted unregulated market forces, cheap labour and a privatised NHS voted Brexit. So did those who want to stop immigration, curb cheap imports and protect the publicly owned NHS. Many thought Brexit would make Britain a proud independent nation again.

  • Article: Nov 10, 2017

    East of England Lib Dem activist Jo Hayes writes a diary post every day about the EU and her anti-Brexit campaign.

    Read it here:

    Diary Day 413: a concession is quietly made.

    https://josephinehayesblog.wordpress.com/2017/11/10/diary-day-413-a-concession-is-quietly-made/

  • Article: Nov 9, 2017
    By Peter Walker Political correspondent in The Guardian

    Tory MP Anna Soubry accuses government of 'gross contempt' after Commons motion demanded immediate publication

    The government will take up to three weeks to release dozens of papers detailing the economic impact of Brexit despite a Commons motion demanding their immediate publication, ministers said on Tuesday.