Cornwall for Europe news, September 2021

The latest issue of our newsletter, Still European Cornwall


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We would like to know how Brexit has affected you. Citizenship issues, friends or family separated, business problems, food shortages, energy price increases … Let us know


Cornwall for Europe welcomes anyone who lives, works, volunteers, or studies in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly or has an interest in Cornish–European affairs; and supports our aims and values

Brexit is here

What next?

Cornwall for Europe believes that Britain’s best future lies in the closest possible relationship with the EU and a continued commitment to the values that it represents: human dignity and human rights, freedom, democracy, equality and the rule of law. Brexit, both in itself and in the way it has been achieved, represents an attempt to move our country away from these fundamental values. We believe that the UK should play its full part in the family of European nations as an EU member state.

We have shown with your help that we can work together and are a force to be reckoned with and along with other organisations, we will continue the fight and make a difference. We will campaign to have as close a relationship as possible with the EU and to rejoin at the soonest opportunity.