With Europe’s migration crisis escalating everywhere from Calais to the Mediterranean refugee flotillas, many are claiming that exiting Europe will solve these and other migration “problems”. This is one of the biggest political mis-selling scandals of our time, writes Laura Sandys, chair of the European Movement, as a comment in The Guardian this week. “Outers” have Read more
One of the biggest myths about the circumstances in which Britain joined the EEC (as it was then) in 1972 was that what we were being offered was simply a trading arrangement which did not involve pooling or loss of sovereignty. Those propagating this myth therefore claim repeatedly that the British people were sold a Read more
Press release by European Movement in Scotland. Responding to the launch of the Universities for Europe campaign, which includes 19 Scottish universities, Derek Hammersley, Chairman of the European Movement in Scotland, – leading the campaign for continued membership of the European Union (EU) – said: “We applaud the higher education sector in standing up to Read more
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Not true. When we get it right, EU legislation is an exercise in cutting red tape! After all, we need common rules for the common market to protect workers, consumers and the environment.
When we replace 28 divergent sets of national rules with a single set of pan-European rules, we... Read more