We maintain that the UK, having left the EU, will have its best
interests served by retaining a close as possible relationship with
the EU, its peoples and its cultures. This site will serve as a
bulletin board, a village pump, and information and interest
exchange. The aim of this site it to keep alive our already close
ties with the countries of Europe which, we maintain, were more
easily facilitated when the UK was a member of the EU. We will also
share any difficulties that arise from terminating membership and
solutions to problems where they exist. Also, we will share
advantages of leaving the union should they arise...
“Our fight continues....
We are standing up for European rights, standards and values in the
The next general meeting for York for Europe supporters will be on
Tuesday 4th October at 19.30, and will be held by Zoom.
Here is the entry link. Just follow this and you will be let in.
follow this link
We will be discussing new projects, our future role and trying to make
sense of the mad world in which we find ourselves.
Zoom meeting link for a meeting with
Richard Corbett CBE.
on Tuesday 18th October at 7.30 p.m. prompt.
Richard Corbett will talk about the new political grouping, the
European Political Community, on Tuesday 18th October. Richard was
a Labour MEP.
In 2021, the European Parliament asked him to represent it in the
Common Secretariat running the Conference on the Future of Europe
and to take on the role of Deputy chef de cabinet to the Secretary
General of the European Parliament The EPC, the idea of President
Macron of France in his role as president of the Council of the
European Union, includes EU countries, the Balkans and other nearby
states including the UK.
The aim of the project is to provide a policy coordination platform
for European countries across the continent and foster political
dialogue and cooperation in order to address issues of common
interest. A first meeting is set for October 6-7th 2022 in Prague.
On September 27th, the UK confirmed its attendance and offered to
host the next meeting.
Richard Corbett, once an MEP and an old friend of York for Europe,
seen here taking a spot of lunch while campaigning before the
referendum in York. York voted predominately Remain.
YORK UNIVERSITY’S LIFELONG LEARNING CENTRE brings you
The UK Economy post-Brexit: Review, Prospects and Assessment
Saturday 10 December 2022, 10.00am to 1:00pm
Speaker(s): Roy Love MA MSc PhD
The course will begin with a short summary of the principal
legislative changes of exiting the European Union before
continuing with a review of the economic impact since then.
Clearly, the effect on the economy of other major events,
principally Covid and the Ukraine conflict, will also be taken
into account. Longer-term issues such as the nature of
international trade agreements, changes to official agricultural
support, domestic regional development, and the Northern Ireland
situation will then be considered at greater length.
Tutor: Roy Love MA MSc PhD
Start Date: 10 December 2022
No. of weeks: 1
Full fee: £26
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OVER 40 UK UNIVERSITIES HAVE TWINNED WITH UNIVERSITIES IN UKRAINE
York University has twinned with
Karazin Kharkiv National
University, one of Ukraine’s most prestigious institutions, whose
buildings are in ruins from shelling. Prof Saul Tendler, deputy
vice-chancellor at York, says one of the Ukrainian university’s
many worries is protecting its libraries and archive collections.
“They tell us they are in damp basements now and that’s not
great,” he says. “If they can get them out of the country, we will
hold them in our repositories.