By Tim Otway – Treasurer In celebration of Europe Day and to mark the common EU <3 UK action, what is the best reason for people residing in the UK to love the EU? (no limits on quirkiness) By Tim Otway from YEM Warwick This month we were fortunate enough to welcome our university’s Chancellor Read more about Why Remain?[…]
This month we had a talk from Sir Richard Lambert who is our university’s Chancellor and formerly both the Editor of the Financial Times and Director General of the Confederation of British Industry. A slightly disappointing turnout, only to be expected during exam-season, meant we had a more intimate Q&A session as a result. Sir Read more about May Activity Report: YEM Warwick[…]
Following the General elections in the UK and the official announcement of an in-out referendum, the Young European Movement asks British citizens and politicians not to jeopardise their future and to give them a say in the referendum.
After National Board meetings, we write a brief post to let you know what’s happening up here in the Ivory tower. We’ll give an overview of what we discussed; the most important action points; any important details YEM members should know about; and our YEMers In The Limelight! If you have any questions for the Read more about Board Banter – 17th May 2015[…]
May kicked off to a very political but also European start in London. YEMers were busy campaigning for (or studying) their respective parties, and on May 9th YEM London hosted a celebration for Europe day with a film screening of the Great European Disaster Movie at King’s College London. The screening was followed by an animated discussion on the impact of Britain’s General Election with Denis MacShane, former Labour MP and Read more about May Activity Report: YEM London[…]
In celebration of Europe Day and to mark the common EU <3 UK action, what is the best reason for people residing in the UK to love the EU? (no limits on quirkiness)
By Chris Powers (International Officer)
All of Europe has watched the UK’s General Election unfold and most people across YEM are now hugely sleep-deprived watching each constituency announce its results. There are mixed feelings abounding right now with some people already predicting a Euro-calypse for the UK in the next five years. Regardless of which party you support there are Read more about #GE2015 – The Hangover[…]