UCL European Institute


Is Britain's current relationship with the EU still viable?

26 January 2012, 12:00 am

Event Information

Open to


26 January 2012, 6-7.30pm

Christopher Ingold XLG2 Auditorium
20 Gordon Street, WC1H 0AJ

The event is free for members of either UCLU European Society or New Turn or £3 otherwise.

There is no need to register.

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The debate about British membership of the EU is not new but it has become even more relevant in the light of the economic and political crisis Europe has been experiencing. Would Britain be better off outside the EU? Or would it lose more than gain from it?

UCLU European Society and New Turn would like to invite you for a debate on whether the relationship Britain currently has with the Union is still viable. 

"THB that Britain's current relationship with the EU is no longer viable."

Debating against the motion:

  • Emma Reynolds - Shadow Minister for Europe and Labour MP for Wolverhampton
  • Petros Fassoulas - Chair of The Europe Movement

Debating for the motion:

  • Robert Oulds - Bruges Group 
  • Mark Glendening - Campaign Director, The People's Pledge

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