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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About Jeremy Nieboer

Jeremy Nieboer, educated at Harrow School and Oxford, was called to the Bar in 1965 and admitted as a Solicitor in 1970. As a lawyer he specialises in corporate and commercial law. He worked with the Democracy Movement on opposition to EMU from 1998 – 2000 and does regular talks to schools, including 6th forms, on EU issues organised by Civitas. Here he has often debated against speakers from the European Movement and Britain in Europe. Jeremy Nieboer was the lead solicitor on the application to the High Court and Court of Appeal for a judicial review of the then Foreign Secretary’s (Douglas Hurd) decision to ratify the Maastricht Treaty in 1993. Here he worked alongside Bill Cash MP, Lord Rees – Mogg, David Pannick QC and Martin Howe QC on the application. He is the author of “The Pros and Cons of Economic and Monetary Union”. Jeremy is on the Advisory Board of the European Foundation.


Please peruse some of his articles below:

The 4 Lies about leaving the EU

A Lesson in Democracy

The Pros and Cons of Economic and Monetary Union