‘No deal’ – are the people right? by Richard Barfield

The Commons vote on 29 March that rejected the Withdrawal Agreement increased the likelihood of the UK leaving the European Union on 12 April with ‘no deal’.  Cabinet ministers have described the consequences of ‘no deal’ as catastrophic.

Time to stop the charade

The PM should recognise that no available option has a democratic mandate, and seek one

Weighing the alternatives – would it be right to have a second vote?

With the date for Brexit delayed – for how long we do not know – Parliament now has the chance to take control. The possibility of a second referendum will come alive again, and again, for how long we cannot tell. Is it as good or as bad an idea as the partisans on either side say?

CGE at the March for a People's Vote

Following on from the overwhelming support for an Informed Vote by CGE members, we have been organising and taking part in a variety of initiatives.

YCGE International Policy Seminar

The Young Conservative Group for Europe was honored to host young leaders from all major Northern European (Nordic, Baltic and Irish) centre-right parties* for an International Policy Seminar in the United Kingdom. 

Young CGE host Dominic Grieve MP at Royal Holloway

On Thursday 31st of January the Right Honorable Dominic Grieve QC MP was hosted at Royal Holloway, University of London in an event by YCGE and the Conservative Association of Royal Holloway.

The reason why there must be a second referendum

On 15th January 2019, the House of Commons rejected the deal negotiated by the government for exiting the European Union, which should come into effect on 29th March. The United Kingdom is now in a situation of deep uncertainty with not knowing how the future will look like.