Wednesday 14 June 2017.
Wednesday 14 June 2017.
Lord Owen is interviewed by David Mellor as part of his LBC series ‘The Election Experience’.
The Question + Answer session following Lord Owen’s speech to the University of Oxford International Relations Society, Wednesday 17 May 2017.
View the Q+A session (approx 26 mins), courtesy Voices from Oxford.
Issues touched on include:
Lord David Owen’s speech to the University of Oxford International Relations Society, Wednesday 17 May 2017.
View Lord Owen’s speech (approx 45 mins), courtesy of Voices from Oxford.
Read the speech: Brexit- An amicable divorce?
My main message is Brexit does not belong to the Conservative Party. It belongs to us all whether in different parties or people who voted Leave or Remain in the referendum.
I hope …
Download a PDF of this article here: DOonEEAAarticle
Lord Owen’s proposals on the EEAA are also referred to in article by Liam Halligan in the Sunday Telegraph of 7 May.
It is very important that Brexit does not become the property of the Conservative Party or Conservative MPs during this General Election. It is the policy chosen by the majority of the British people in the referendum in June 2016. …
Speaking in the House of Lords debate on the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill, 21 February 2017
Read Lord Owen’s full speech here: HLdebateonEUBill21.2.17
“We have to be flexible on many things. We need to come out of the EU as quickly as we can, and I would not wait two years to do this. That is the fundamental decision as I understand it, and which I believe is …
Lord Owen speaking in the House of Lords Debate on UK Withdrawal from the EU and Potential Withdrawal from the Single Market.
Thursday 27 January 2017
Download the PDF version here: H_LDebate26.17
My Lords, the rights of EU citizens already living in this country are a matter of honour and it is wholly appropriate that this House should direct its attention to that issue. It is not only a matter …
Lord Owen’s postscript to Liam Halligan and Gerard Lyons’ paper ‘Clean Brexit’, published January 2017.
I am delighted to add a Postscript to this important and timely paper by Liam Halligan and Gerard Lyons – two economists I respect and whose writings I follow closely.
As someone who campaigned for the UK to join the European Economic Community back in 1971, in defiance of a three-line Labour Whip, I am …