Events


Dinner with Damian Green - Weds 9th March 2016 7.30pm 

Damian Green chairs CONSERVATIVE EUROPEAN MAINSTREAM, which is committed to a positive and constructive approach to Britain’s role in the European Union. 

Damian will argue that the defence and promotion of the British national interest is best achieved by active involvement in the EU as a committed member state. He will talk more about the big issues, the challenges of the campaign and take questions

Join Damian for dinner & conversation. Places limited to 60.
Tickets £30 for 2-courses with tea / coffee, and a reserved seat and parking at the lecture beforehand, if booked in advance. 



BRITAIN'S PLACE IN THE WORLD POST-REFERENDUM

RT HON DAMIAN GREEN MP

Wed March 9th 2016 6-7pm University of Winchester 
West Downs Campus, Lecture Room 1




FREE EVENT. 
Damian Green chairs CONSERVATIVE EUROPEAN MAINSTREAM, which is committed to a positive and constructive approach to Britain’s role in the European Union.
Damian will argue that the defence and promotion of the British national interest is best achieved by active involvement in the EU as a committed member state.

Followed by Dinner with Damian Green at Wessex Mercure (Tickets £30 each). https://www.facebook.com/events/558112377688810/




England and the EU
Saturday 12 March 2016, 9.00 for 9.30am-2pm
How does England see the EU? And is it different in other parts of the UK?
What does this mean for the referendum campaign and the future of the UK?
Join academics, campaigners and politicians to discuss these issues and more at the University of Winchester.
Englishness and Euroscepticism: Professor Richard Wyn-Jones (Cardiff University)
The roots of Euroscepticism: Prof Montserrat Guibernau, (Queen Mary, University of London)
The patriotic case for re-engaging with Europe: Dr. Adrian Pabst (University of Kent)
How will ‘English issues’ influence the referendum campaign?
With contributions from the Britain Stronger in Europe and Leave campaign groups.
What would be the consequences of England voting to leave and Scotland to remain? Craig Prescott (Winchester University)
Other speakers to include Cllr Roy Perry, Hampshire County Council’
Cost: £10 (free for students)

Location: WD 1 and WD 2, West Downs Campus, University of Winchester
Romsey Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 5HT
Hosted by the Centre for English Identity and Politics.