Taking part in an event on the sidelines of the party’s annual conference, the arch-Europhile called on activists to work multi-party to overturn the 2016 referendum. He said joining the EU was “our destiny” and urged them activists to “look to the future”.

Outlining his step-by-step plan, he said EU fanatics should focus on specific issues such as the lack of visas for musicians traveling to the continent or the UK’s withdrawal from the university exchange program. Erasmus.

He said: “Of course we have to look to the future, and of course we have to be realistic.

“I am president of the European Movement, multiparty, we should be in favor of electoral reform, in favor of a progressive alliance.

“We have to add more than the parts if we are to get this Conservative government out, and we also have to be realistic about how we are doing it.


Members of the Labor Party present at the event applauded as they applauded his speech.

He was one of many speakers on Britain’s place in Europe, including Scottish Labor leader Anas Sarwar and several shadow ministers.

Lord Adonis has been one of the most vocal campaigners against Brexit since 2016.

After the end of the transition period in early January, he immediately started working on his mission to bring the UK back under bloc rule.

Speaking on ‘Brexit doesn’t work: why can Labor do it?’ speaking today, he said it was Britain’s mission to lead the EU.

“Never give up the faith, it is darkness before dawn,” he said.

“Our destiny is to be European, our destiny is to be European because it is our continent, because these are our values, because we lead.

“The only thing preventing us from being able to move step by step towards reintegration is the lack of imagination and the absence of real passion in the countryside.”

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