What happened to the "Refugees Welcome" attitude?
At the My!Europe conference in Canterbury this weekend, Johanathan Fryer, a leading Liberal Democrat tried to explain.
There could still be a second referendum in Britain – if EU leaders listen
There is still hope for the EU. Even the danger of Brexit may be avoided, writes Ian King from the Sonnenberg Association of Great Britain, SAGB.He notes that the new...
Democracy lessons from Brexit: Take control – discuss and agree
How democratic are referendums, after all? A referendum like that on Brexit, could never have taken place in e.g. Denmark or Australia. "It isn't democracy; it is Russian roulette", says one analyst.
Schulz’ Vision: Time for a European government
The Speaker of the European Parliament, Martin Schulz, has called for a government like we know it in the member states top replace the existing EU-Commission
Democracy after Brexit
A crisis is always a possibility for a new start, and in the Brexit crisis lies the possibility of a more democratic EU, says this analysis
King: Was nun für die britische Politik?
Die EU ist in ihren Grundfesten erschüttert, eine schmerzliche Scheidung steht bevor. Pfund und Aktienmärkte sind im freien Fall. Premier Cameron ist zurückgetreten und ein Putschversuch gegen Oppositionschef Jeremy Corbyn läuft. Die Briten leben in interessanten Zeiten – auch und gerade die 48 Prozent, die für den EU-Verbleib gestimmt haben.
Wenn die Kommission nicht mittut, dann nehmen wir die Sache selbst in die Hand, lösen die Probleme eben zwischen den Regierungen.
If the Commission will not work along with us, then we will take the matter in our own hands, and just solve the problems between the governments.
Wolfgang Schäuble, Welt am Sonntag, July 3, 2016
150.000 party members, i.e. half a per cent of British voters (33 million voted on June 23), will now decide who should be Britain's next prime minister. They will thereby decide on the future balance of power in Europe. More at Facebook/myeurope.today.
It seems that "Leave" is now ahead in all polls in the UK: Guardian (ICM) 53 Leave / 47 Remain, Telegraph (ORB) 49/48, Times (YouGov) 54/46, Financial Times 47/45.
Before June 23
See Nigel Farage explain that he want the EU to totally disappear.
Everything will be fine with just nation states and the European Council. The London City doesn't care about Europe anyway, and Scotland will most certainly stay in....
(See video at My!Europe's Facebook page).