Anneliese Dodds MEP is hosting a discussion on European politics following Brexit.
Focusing on ‘British and German politics following Brexit,’ Anneliese will be joined by Jo Leinen MEP and Jakob von Weizsacker MEP, both MEPs for Germany.
The event will be held in East Oxford Community Centre, and will begin at 3:30pm on Friday, 10th of March. Tea, coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Anneliese Dodds MEP stated ‘The Prime Minister only has 23 days until her self-imposed deadline to trigger article 50. Britain, and her government, are ill-prepared for negotiations, with her Brexit bill stuck ping-ponging between the Houses of Parliament. She has provided meagre assurances that she intends to protect the rights of EU nationals to live and work within Britain, and little to no indication of UK’s aims of negotiation.
As such, relations between the UK and the other countries in the European Union look set to remain uncertain and uneasy. Now, more than ever, it is especially crucial to maintain an open dialogue between the UK and citizens of European economic powerhouses, like Germany, to implement a Brexit that works for everyone.
I am very much looking forward to an interesting discussion between UK MEPs and German MEPs, and look forward to seeing you there.’