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  • Health and Brexit

    21 March 2017

    John Bowis

    From SARS to Avian Flu to Bioterrorism, infectious diseases do not recognise national borders. EU membership has enabled us to pool information, preventative measures and resources, to tackle such threats in collaboration with our closest neighbours. We have set up a European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control in Stockholm, to work together on early ...

  • Advocating the unilateral guarantee of EU citizens’ rights in the name of fairness

    27 February 2017

    Nicolas Hatton

    The rights of EU citizens after Brexit have wrongly become the hot subject of the moment. Wrongly because it doesn’t belong to the Brexit debate and should have been settled on June 24th. But the absence of commitment at the top has left three million EU citizens in limbo with one last chance before article ...

  • The European Union

    27 January 2017

    Neil Carmichael MP

    In the immediate future, Parliament will be debating and dividing on the implementation of Article 50 and, consequently, triggering the formal negotiations for United Kingdom to leave the European Union. This is not something I campaigned for; indeed, my whole political life – starting as it did in my teenage years – has been founded ...