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  • Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 10:00 AM · 11 rsvps
    Outside Tynemouth Metro Station in Tynemouth, United Kingdom

    "Brexit: Is it worth it?" bus tour - Tynemouth

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    The national tour by a bus emblazoned with the slogan “Brexit to cost £2,000 million a week” and the question “Is Brexit worth it?” is in Tynemouth on 25th February.
    North East for Europe will be welcoming the bus and holding a mini-rally with a with a band and speakers outside Tynemouth Metro Station from 10.00 to 10.30.
    Charles Seaford, one of the organisers, said “This is a light-hearted attempt to draw attention to a very big issue. The Government’s own leaked analysis is that Brexit with a Free Trade Agreement will cost us 5% of GDP after 15 years. At today’s prices that means being £2,000 million a week poorer than we otherwise would have been. To put this impact in context, we currently spend £2,500 million a week on the NHS across the UK”.
    Here in the North East, our trading and cultural links with the rest of Europe are vital, and far from Brexit releasing extra money for the NHS, it is likely to make us, and our NHS much poorer.
  • Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 11:45 AM · 12 rsvps
    Durham City Market Place in Durham, United Kingdom

    "Brexit: Is it worth it?" bus tour - Durham

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    The national tour by a bus emblazoned with the slogan “Brexit to cost £2,000 million a week” and the question “Is Brexit worth it?” is in Durhamon 25th February.
    North East for Europe will be welcoming the bus and holding a mini-rally in Durham market place from 11.45 to 12.15
    Charles Seaford, one of the organisers, said “This is a light-hearted attempt to draw attention to a very big issue. The Government’s own leaked analysis is that Brexit with a Free Trade Agreement will cost us 5% of GDP after 15 years. At today’s prices that means being £2,000 million a week poorer than we otherwise would have been. To put this impact in context, we currently spend £2,500 million a week on the NHS across the UK”.
    Here in the North East, our trading and cultural links with the rest of Europe are vital, and far from Brexit releasing extra money for the NHS, it is likely to make us, and our NHS much poorer.
  • Sunday, February 25, 2018 at 01:45 PM · 8 rsvps
    Middlesbrough in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

    "Brexit: Is it worth it?" bus tour - Middlesbrough

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    The national tour by a bus emblazoned with the slogan “Brexit to cost £2,000 million a week” and the question “Is Brexit worth it?” is in Middlesbrough on 25th February.
    North East for Europe will be welcoming the bus and holding a mini-rally from 1.45 to 2.15pm. Exact location is still being discussed with Middlesbrough Council and others, please check back here for more information, or sign up below - including your email address and we will notify you by email.
    Charles Seaford, one of the organisers, said “This is a light-hearted attempt to draw attention to a very big issue. The Government’s own leaked analysis is that Brexit with a Free Trade Agreement will cost us 5% of GDP after 15 years. At today’s prices that means being £2,000 million a week poorer than we otherwise would have been. To put this impact in context, we currently spend £2,500 million a week on the NHS across the UK”.
    Here in the North East, our trading and cultural links with the rest of Europe are vital, and far from Brexit releasing extra money for the NHS, it is likely to make us, and our NHS much poorer.
  • Friday, March 02, 2018 at 07:00 PM
    Durham Students Union in Durham, United Kingdom

    Discussion in Durham

    Our next meeting to meet fellow-Remainers, discuss campaign plans and think about ways to step up action in the campaign to stop Brexit is planned for Durham on March 2nd. We will be meeting in the Durham Students' Union (Room MR1) on New Elvet, from 7pm to 10pm. If you live in or near Durham and want to get involved or simply meet up with us, do come along.

  • Sunday, March 25, 2018 at 11:00 AM
    Rally in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

    Rally for Europe

    Our next North East for Europe rally will be at Grey's Monument on March 25th. Almost one year after invoking article 50, and nearly two years after the referendum, the difficulties, dangers and chaos of Brexit are becoming all too clear for many people. 

    More details to be announced in the near future.