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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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The People should vote

YOU should have the final say on EU exit deal, not a Westminster stitch up.

Give the people the final say. Sign our petition here.

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: Aug 5, 2018

    The odds on a second Brexit referendum before 2020 have shortened to 2.48 after polls showed that, for the first time, a majority of Britons want to vote again on their country's future relationship with the European Union. It is becoming clear that the Government's Chequers 'deal' is not going to work and increasingly the choice is a "hard Brexit" or stay in the EU.

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    Article: Aug 4, 2018

    The Liberal Democrats have pressed Essex County Council to ensure that the Council and residents are ready to deal with the impact on Essex of leaving the EU. The council has been slow to act.

    Cllr John Baker (Lib Dem Councillor in eastern Colchester) asked at full council in July 2017 that main committees should have an item on their Agenda. This was agreed by the Conservative spokesperson. However, this did not happen, so Cllr Baker he chased it again.

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    Article: Jun 3, 2018

    The government's Brexit stance is riddled with legal confusion

    Only Parliament - not the Government and indeed not a referendum - can decide IF the UK leaves the EU. At the moment, the Government only has permission to say it intends to leave. A leading lawyer argues that, if Parliament rejects the deal to leave, the UK has to stay in.

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    Article: May 28, 2018
    By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN in www.politico.eu

    First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon said today that the U.K. government's position on leaving the EU customs union and single market is "unsustainable" and dominated by "mad Brexiteers."

    In an interview with POLITICO's Ryan Heath in Brussels, Sturgeon urged British citizens not to give up on the possibility of preserving the U.K.'s membership of both.