GOLD MERCURY joins UK Pro-EU campaign groups asking Theresa May for formal Brexit plan

Gold Mercury International has joined forces, via our initiative BRAND EU, with the main PRO-EU Organisations in the UK, launching a petition requesting the UK Government for a clear plan before initiating Brexit. With millions of peoples’ lives and businesses on hold, the government needs to give a detailed strategy for its negotiations and answer some crucial questions on what Britain’s future holds. The Government has finally agreed to publish its Brexit plan. But two more things are vital. First, the plan must be sufficiently detailed to answer the key concerns people have flagged about Brexit. Second, Parliament and the people must have sufficient time to debate the plan rather than being bounced into approving it at the last minute. The petition requests the government to answer 10 simple questions about leaving the EU.

Our 10 Questions:
+ Will we stay in the single market?
+ Will we continue to pay into the EU budget and follow its rules?
+ Will we stay in customs union?
+ How will EU migration be controlled?
+ When can the first new Free Trade Agreements be expected?
+ Will there be a transitional period after we quit the EU?
+ Will Scotland be given a reason to avoid leaving the UK?
+ Will there be controls at the Irish border?
+ How do we ensure we can fight cross-border problems such as terrorism, crime and global warming?
+ How do we guarantee the NHS, universities, farmers and industry get the talent they need?

For more information: http://www.whatstheplan.uk/

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Top European Union Institution Interviews Gold Mercury President

Nicolas De Santis on the key issues surrounding the future vision of Europe and its brand identity.

Nicolas De Santis was interviewed by the EU’s European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) about the need to build a socially just and cohesive Europe based on shared values, and he talked about the BRAND EU Centre’s goals and the identity problem in Europe. He discusses the important role of organisations like the EESC, and how they can adapt to the changing climate and dangerous Euroscepticism, and highlight the important role and work that they do within the EU framework.

The EU’s Economic and Social Committee is the body of the European Union established by the Treaty of Rome to unite the different economic interest groups and establish a Single Market. The EESC includes employers’ organisations, trade unions and civil society, and it is mandatory for the EESC to be consulted on the issues stipulated in the treaties, and in all cases where EU institutions deem it appropriate. It is a key organization for democratic representation of different interests.

You can read the full interview here.

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