Roger Casale, former labour MP, announces the creation of the new pro European Party in UK Yes2Europe

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Date(s) - 10/05/2017
18:00 - 19:00

Press Club Brussels Europe


Invitation to meet Roger Casale

British candidate for the UK June 8 vote

Wednesday 10th May at 6 pm at the Press Club Brussels Europe

Rue Froissart 95, near Rond-Point Schuman

He will explain his position as a creator of a new party (Yes2Europe) favorable to Remain with the EU. He is a very active human rights activist and a former Labour MP.

Roger Casale will be a candidate for the Vauxhall constituency in London against the sitting Labour MP Kate Hoey who fought a strong pro brexit battle. The interesting detail is that Vauxhall was very much behind the Remain campaign. 78% pro remain was the final result at the June 2016 referendum there.

So Mr Roger Casale decided to create this new party.  He will explain to journalists his stance and ideas.

Please let me know if you can attend.

Thanks and hope to see you.

Maria Laura Franciosi

0475 244697


Roger Casale is a civil rights activist and the prospective parliamentary candidate for a new political party, Yes2Europe in the Vauxhall constituency where the sitting MP is the leading leave campaigner Kate Hoey MP.

In 2013 he set up New Europeans, a Europe-wide civil society movement which champions the rights of European citizens and the principles of equality, diversity and solidarity in Europe.

He is the winner of the Sheila Mckechnie Foundation People’s Choice Award for his role in the #righttostay campaign for the rights of EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens in the EU and a Financial Times Future of Britain Award for his essay “A Green Card for Europe”.

Roger was one of the organisers of the Unite for Europe march which attracted 100,000 people to London on 25 March 2017 to express their European identity and determination to work to unite Britain, reverse Brexit and change Europe.

Previously Roger was a senior government and parliamentary affairs advisor to industry and not-for-profit organisations. He served as a Member of Parliament from 1997-2005 and a Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Foreign Office between 2002 and 2005.

Roger has international experience having lived, worked and studied in Germany, Italy, Australia and the United States and he speaks four languages.