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The Liberal Democrat European Group campaigns for UK membership of the EU, and peace and prosperity in Europe.

Specifically, LDEG:

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

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 ()

  • Event: Feb 8, 2018 6:30 PM
    National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, London,

    The Lord Chidgey will preside


    Following the presentation the High Commissioner has kindly agreed to take questions and the formal part of the evening will finish at 8.00 pm
    Open to all Club members and invited guests


    No charge to attend,


    a Cash Bar will be available at 6.30 pm.


    Anyone wishing to stay for dinner afterwards should please book a table in the Dining Room.

  • Event: Feb 12, 2018 6:30 PM
    National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2HE

    The Lord Chidgey will preside


    Following the presentation the High Commissioner has kindly agreed to take questions and the formal part of the evening will finish at 8.00 pm
    Open to all Club members and invited guests


    No charge to attend,


    a Cash Bar will be available at 6.30 pm.


    Anyone wishing to stay for dinner afterwards should please book
    table in the Dining Room.

    Please email Mrs Louisa Pooley (louisa@nlc.org.uk) to enquire about booking a place.

  • Nick Clegg
    Article: Jan 7, 2018

    Nick Clegg fears the Government will give Parliament an incomplete Brexit deal to vote on. "The government's clear intention is to try and lull parliament into signing away the future before it has spelled out what that future holds," the former deputy PM told Business Insider this week.

    Nick Clegg believes the Government will sideline Parliament by putting an incomplete Brexit deal to the vote on at the end of Article 50 talks.

  • Article: Jan 3, 2018

    The lack of progress on the commercial air transport aspects of Brexit negotiations could result in chaos for the UK air transport industry, passengers and UK trade unless addressed very quickly. Airline planning cycles take at least two years to develop. Schedules for winter 2018/2019 have to be filed in April 2018 at the twice yearly International Air Transport Association (IATA) Schedules Conference, and those for summer 2019, by September 2018, less than a year away. That means knowing and planning networks, frequency, capacity and detailed schedules now so the requisite fleets and resources can be identified, sourced, crews trained, slots confirmed, maintenance schedules aligned and services marketed.