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Britain should and must stay in the EU: Richard Reed on Bloomberg TV

Published June 24, 2015

BNE in City AM: ‘Anti-Europeans do UK voters a disservice by obsessing about process not policy’

Published September 03, 2015

President Obama urges UK to stay in Europe

Published July 24, 2015

We are a coalition of business leaders who support the UK’s membership of the EU and oppose withdrawal to the margins.

The Economic Case

The EU’s Single Market lets British companies sell their products freely to the world’s largest market. Jobs are created by EU companies investing in Britain.

International Trade

The EU is the biggest economy on Earth. This means that it is in a strong position to negotiate free trade deals with other countries, benefiting British businesses.

Security & Strength

Britain will face these challenges more effectively by working with our European allies – something that America and the Commonwealth understand and support.

The Social Case

People benefit from EU action in dozens of commonplace ways. When we go to work or university, go on holiday, make a phone call or buy a product online, you benefit from Britain’s membership of the European Union.

Engagement & Reform

The EU has the potential to be even better than it is now. It needs to complete the Single Market, sign new free trade deals globally, get rid of unnecessary regulation and create a Capital Markets Union.

Worse off out

EU membership makes Britain richer and safer. There is no alternative to EU membership that would provide all of these benefits. It is untrue that Britain would keep all or most of the benefits of the EU without paying the costs.

Board Members

Malcolm Aish
Non-Executive Director

Dame Helen Alexander

Laura Batchelor
Vice-Chair, Business for New Europe

Sir Andrew Cahn
Non-Executive Director

Sir Roger Carr
Chairman, BAE Systems

Richard Cousins

Guy Dawson

Chris Gibson-Smith
Chairman, London Stock Exchange

Charles Grant
Vice-Chair, Business for New Europe

Sir John Grant
Former British Diplomat

Sir Philip Hampton

David Henderson
Vice-Chair, Business for New Europe

Lord Michael Jay of Ewelme
Vice-Chair, Business for New Europe

Lord John Kerr of Kinlochard
Deputy Chairman

Christopher North
Managing Director, Amazon UK

Sir Michael Pakenham

Stuart Popham
Vice Chairman EMEA Banking

Sir Michael Rake

Roland Rudd
Chairman, Business for New Europe

Sir Nigel Sheinwald
Non-Executive Director

Sir Martin Sorrell
Chief Executive

Malcolm Sweeting
Senior Partner

Will Tanner
Vice Chair, Business for New Europe

Lucy Thomas
Campaign Director, Business for New Europe

Lady Barbara Thomas Judge
Chair, Pension Protection Fund UK

Stephen Wall
Vice-Chair, Business for New Europe

Alex Wilmot-Sitwell
President of EMEA, Bank of America Merril Lynch

Bill Winters