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August 2021

Reading Festival: Mobilising our Youth

August 28 - August 29

The plan is simple: set a stall outside the festival (to save costs) and get youngsters interested in Europe and Brexit’s damage. We need to seed the next generation to carry on the Battle for Europe.

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Lewisham across Europe discussion with a member in Trieste

August 29 @ 17:00 pm
Online United Kingdom + Google Map

In this event series, Lewisham East for Europe will be hosting short presentations to give you a flavour of life in different European cities and districts. They start with the Italian city of Trieste, former ‘spy capital’ of Europe where east meets west, introduced by their member Max Calo.

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September 2021

World Wide Wednesday Bank Holiday Special

September 1 @ 19:00 pm
Online United Kingdom

A WWW catch-up after the holidays and a look at what is happening with the supply chain. Phil Speakman of The MZ Shop, Daniel Lambert of Daniel Lambert Wines and Dr Michael Lambert (no relation!) will give updates on previous talks.

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Driver shortages and the effects on the supply chain

September 2 @ 11:30 am - 13:00 pm
Online United Kingdom

The UK's supply lines are under severe strain.  Supermarkets have stock and supply chain challenges. Staff shortages are being reported in haulage and food production and while these issues are being reported in other countries, the UK seems to be worst affected. Speakers:  Andrew Opie, Director of Food and Sustainability, British Retail Consortium;  Richard Harrow, Chief Executive, British Frozen Food Federation;  Representative from Logistics UK

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Labour and Radical Federalism

September 7 @ 18:00 pm - 19:15 pm
Online United Kingdom
Free

Join UK in a Changing Europe for this event in partnership with LabourList, where a panel of speakers will discuss the Labour Party and radical federalism, what radical federalism is and what it would look like. The panel will explore Labour's approach to devolution, whether radical constitutional reform should at the heart of its offer at the next general election, and how the party could use the levers of UK government to decentralise power. (Register via link below. You'll receive…

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Webinar “UK/EU future relationship – Challenges for the cultural sector”

September 8 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Online United Kingdom

This high-level event will examine the challenges faced by the cultural sector/creative industries in the post-BREXIT environment and how Parliaments and stakeholders can work together to find solutions. The chairs of the committees responsible for the cultural sector in the European Parliament and the House of Commons will be joined by a distinguished industry representative for a timely and insightful discussion.

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AC Grayling on Rejoining the European Union

September 8 @ 19:00 pm - 21:00 pm
Online United Kingdom
Free

Join us for this very special seminar/discussion evening with A.C .Grayling on the subject of rejoining the EU sooner rather than later, with some very practical suggestions for all of us to act upon. Professor Grayling is a prominent academic, author, philosopher, historian, and stalwart campaigner for our continuing membership of the European Union. The first hour will consist of the seminar plus questions. The second hour will be a participative opportunity to reflect upon the seminar, engage in dialogue…

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EU Flag Mafia Last Night of the Proms

September 11 @ 16:00 pm - 20:00 pm
Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Gore
London, SW7 2AP United Kingdom
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It’s that time again; we are in the run up to The Last Night of The Proms, and what has now become its own tradition. The EU flags team will be ready, with European flags to be handed out to prom goers as they arrive. 2019 was our most successful year. We gave out 50,000 flags, which was noted in the press as a “take over”, turning the Royal Albert Hall into “a sea of blue” which secured press nationwide…

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Jobs, Workers’ Rights and Brexit

September 12 @ 12:00 pm
Online United Kingdom
Free

Panel discussion on: Jobs lost to the EU / Effect on Northern Ireland / EU-derived workers' rights & future UK workers’ rights / How should Labour do future trade deals differently to protect UK jobs? Chaired by: Seb Dance Speakers: Jude Kirton-Darling, Mark Hendrick, Theresa Griffin. Elena Crasta Further information via the registration link below.

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Should Labour align its trade policy to facilitate re-engagement with EU?

September 13 @ 18:00 pm
Online United Kingdom

For the UK to re-engage with the EU our trade policies will need to align, which is one reason why the Tories are so keen to conclude new trade deals even if they bring no economic benefit, and in some cases actually harm UK industries. What should Labour do in response to this - and what should our future trade policy be? Speakers include former MEP Michael Hindley. More speakers TBC.

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