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Past Events

A history of public events hosted by the European Parliament Office in the UK

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Past Events 2018

West Bromwich EU democracy café
We remind young EU citizens living in the UK that they have a voice in shaping the future of the European Union by engaging with them over a coffee and explaining how can they vote in the European Parliamentary Elections in May next year.
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Andrei Sakharov
The demand to “take back control” played a central role in the Leave campaign. The UK was to regain power not only over its borders, but also over its way of life and its laws. UK citizens would be re-empowered through their democratically elected national, for some regional, and local representatives, whom they could hold to account at the ballot box. Parliament was to become sovereign again, able to change legislation it deemed no longer appropriate. Laws and rules applicable in the country would be made here once again, freeing the country from the shackles of the European Court of Justice and the supremacy of EU over UK law.
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Fishing
The EU has held the major competency over food policy for decades, from food safety to security and trade to tariffs. The debate explored the impact of Brexit on the future of UK food policy across the agri-food chain sector.
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Fishing
The EU's Common Fisheries Policy has influenced policy decisions affecting British fisheries since 1973. This event will explore the impact of Brexit on the future of UK fisheries and food chains. A panel of politicians, experts and local industry professionals will debate these issues and invite questions from the audience on Brexit, Fishing and Seafood.
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The European Parliament Office in the UK, with Gender five plus (G5+), the first European Feminist Think Tank, is hosting adiscussion on Gender and Brexit for this year's annual International Women's Day event.
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