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Just the Facts: The Campaigns involved in the UK Referendum

On Thursday, 23 June the UK’s ‘In-Out’ referendum on its membership of the European Union will take place.  In this Just the Facts, which is part of a series European Movement Ireland is producing on the forthcoming referendum, we look at the groups backed by politicians, businesses and the general public that […]

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Just the Facts: Voting in the UK Referendum

On Thursday, 23 June the UK’s ‘In-Out’ referendum on its membership of the European Union will take place.  In this Just the Facts, which is part of a series European Movement Ireland is producing on the forthcoming referendum, we look at who is eligible to vote and the various methods. […]

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Reform and Referendum – The UK, Ireland and the Future of Europe

On Monday 22 February 2016, EM Ireland hosted a panel discussion on the UK’s reform agenda and forthcoming referendum on EU membership. Kindly supported by ESB, the event took place just days after the European Council Summit, at which EU Heads of State discussed and agreed on the UK’s proposals for reforms of […]

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My View: A so-called ‘Brexit’ would quite simply be bad for the EU, bad for the UK and bad for Ireland.

The UK Prime Minister David Cameron returned from Brussels on Friday night happy that he had won a deal on major EU reforms, so at long last we know the date of the UK ‘In-Out’ referendum, which is now about 120 days away – June 23rd.  A so-called ‘Brexit’ would […]

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