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Here at British in Europe we are proud of what we have achieved to date. We are now consulted regularly by both the EU and DExEU and have had influence on the negotiations to date.

However, in order to continue our work, we need financial support. To date, we have funded our own travel and expenses as well as taken time away from our day jobs. We now need your help in continuing this fight. Money you donate will be used:

  1. To pay the expenses of Jane and our advocacy team so they can meet with the key negotiators in London and Brussels
  2. To pay marketing expenses so we can communicate better with our supporters.

We can accept donations via:

Paypal

You can donate via Paypal wherever you are in the world.

If you are in France, to save on fees, please log in to your account and send to the Paypal account address britishineurope@sfr.fr using the friends option. Otherwise, use the buttons below…













Bank transfers

For bank transfers, our details are:

Bank: BRED (Banque Populaire)

Account: British in Europe

BIC: BREDFRPPXXX

IBAN: FR76 1010 7008 6800 8140 6285 950

You can download our bank details here.

Some banks may ask for additional information:

Account name: BRITISH IN EUROPE
Account address: 48 rue St Honoré, 75001 Paris, France
Receiver’s bank name: BRED Espace – Economie locale
Receiver’s bank address:  4 route de la Pyramide, 75132 Paris Cedex 12, France

Cheques

Cheques must be drawn on a French bank in euros, made out to BRITISH IN EUROPE, and sent to Christopher Chantrey, 12 rue Papillon, 75009 Paris.

Please send us an email to donation@britishineurope.org to let us know you have sent a donation as we would like to thank you for your support.

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Review of Negotiations to date

There is a serious risk of a political stitch-up in December, where progress falling well short of protecting our rights is certified by the EU to be “sufficient”, just so that the sides can move on to discussing trade.  If that happens and Citizens Rights are discussed in parallel with trade and other matters, we will be bargaining chips in the full sense of that term.  So it is vital to avoid that, and for the same reasons any agreement which is made now must be ring-fenced to prevent it being revisited as part of the trade negotiations. Continue reading Review of Negotiations to date