The Bruges Group spearheaded the intellectual battle to win a vote to leave the European Union and, above all, against the emergence of a centralised EU state.

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The EU Constitution: Why Britain Should say No

Defending democracy

The Bruges Group and the Democracy Movement host a joint public meeting

The EU Constitution: Why Britain Should say No

Thursday, 3rd March
7.00pm for 7.30pm until 9.30pm

Speakers

The Rt. Hon Oliver Letwin, MP - Shadow Chancellor

Cllr Steve Radford - President of the Liberal Party

Marc Glendenning - Campaign Director Democracy Movement


The Rt Hon. Oliver Letwin MP is the Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and Member of Parliament for West Dorset.

He was appointed Frontbench Spokesman for Constitutional Affairs in June 1998. In September 2000, he became Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury. In September 2001, he was appointed Shadow Secretary of State for Home Affairs and in June 2002, he was made a member of the Privy Council. In November 2003 Oliver Letwin was appointed Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer.

His political interests include agriculture, European community affairs, education, international affairs and international development, social security, trade and industry.

Oliver Letwin’s publications include: Ethics, Emotion and the Unity of Self; Privatising the World; Drift to Union; Aims of Schooling and Criminal Justice and the draft Constitution.


Cllr Steve Radford is President of The Liberal Party.

He has represented the Tuebrook Ward of Liverpool for 27 years and has secured 85% of the vote. In the last two general elections he has come second beating the Liberal Democrats.

He is a critique of ID cards and is a vociferous opponent of the EU describing it as illiberal and undemocratic akin to the politics and economics of the former Soviet Union.


Marc Henri Glendenning is the Campaign Director of the Democracy Movement.