On 23rd June, the EU Referendum will give us a once-in-a-generation opportunity to redefine our relationship with the European Union.
An evening with Syed Kamall, MEP, will answer your questions independently in this political minefield.
Syed Kamall has been a Member of the European Parliament representing London since 2005, and since 2013 has been leader of the Conservatives in the European Parliament. In June 2014, Syed became Chairman of the European Conservatives and Reformists in the European Parliament, which has members from different nations.
Is immigration policy a reason to leave the EU? How would our immigration policy change if we were to leave?
How can we weigh the alternatives to our EU membership? Can the Brexit campaign offer something optimistic, international and modern? Can we truly regain control of our laws, finances and borders?
If the centre of global trade is shifting towards Asia and the Pacific, how can we exploit this?
The ‘Remain’ side led by the government say that we are exempt from ‘ever closer union’. Does this include fiscal integration and a single federal reserve bank for the whole EU? Can we become more competitive? Could this mean an end to high-cost welfare programmes and labour protection?
Syed Kamall MEP will help us understand these and other international, national and local issues facing us, when we consider our choice on 23rd June.
The event will be held at the Pavillion, Kew, Dancer Road. Parking in surrounding roads.