Young People: Have Your Say on Brexit, London

MLMS (MyLifeMySay) is hosting an event for young people at Europe House, in partnership with the European Commission.

Wednesday 13 September 2017 1800 – 2100 BST

Europe House
32 Smith Square
London
SW1P 3EU

Tickets are free but you need to register via Eventbrite

Speakers:
Stephen Kinnock MP (Labour)  -Chair, All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on a Better Brexit for Young People
Andrew Rosindell MP (Conservative) – Vice Chair, APPG on a Better Brexit for Young People
Kenny Imafidon – Director, Bite The Ballot
Nissy Tee – YouTuber, Founder, BEBBOnline, University of Cambridge graduate 2017

Young Remainers, please sign up and attend this free event !

Stephen Kinnock MP is the son of Neil Kinnock, an MP 1970-1995, Leader of the Labour party 1983-1992 and Vice President of the European Commission 1999 – 2004. Stephen Kinnock attended the College of Europe, in Bruges. Kinnock’s wife, Helle Thorning-Schmidt was Prime Minister of Denmark 2011 – 2015 and leader of Denmark’s Social Democrats party 2005-2015.

Yet with all those pro-European political influences, he obeyed the three-line whip from Jeremy Corbyn and voted to trigger Article 50, which makes him a Leaver.

Andrew Rosindell MP is a former director of the think tank, European Foundation 1997-2001. As a Conservative MP, he too obeyed Mayhem’s three-line whip and voted to trigger Article 50. Another Leaver.

Two Leavers, in charge of an All Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People. Remainers know that there’s no such thing as a good Brexit.

So if you’re a young passionate Remainer, this event is for you. It’s free and all you have to do is register and show up.

If you’re keen to go but need help with research on questions, RemainerAction is happy to help with research and it’s free. We’ve done that for people before they’ve taken part in radio interviews against politicians. All you have to do is use the Contact form and ask.

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