Michael Romberg writes:
“Scripts to get you started
We have produced 100s of blogs that are designed to help campaigners with arguments and lines. You can find those you need through our indexed list of pro-EU blogs and the list of pro-referendum blogs. They will enable you to go deeper into subjects in part because they include links to sources and academic blogs describing research in accessible terms.
To express campaign themes in readily usable form we have produced a series of campaigners’ briefs. These are two page notes of points to make, points to watch out for (with answers), background and sources of further information. We hope that they will help you start well if you are new to campaigning and wish some assistance in bringing better order to your thoughts before you meet voters.
We would welcome comments on how useful you find the briefs and what we can do to improve them (content, depth, format). We intend to add to the series, so we would like your suggestions for further topics to cover. What are the questions that keep coming up to which campaigners need to have an answer? What replies and statements really work on the street? Please share your experience so that we can spread your knowledge to new campaigners. Please write to us with your ideas at email@example.com
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THE OVERALL CASE FOR THE EU
The case for the UK to be in the EU
PEACE AND THE ORIGINS OF THE EU
THE EU’S STRUCTURES
The EU is democratic and subject to the rule of law
SOVEREIGNTY, IDENTITY, FREEDOM
We pool our sovereignty to obtain more use from it
Freedom of Movement and immigration
ECONOMY, TRADE, EMPLOYMENT
LEAVERS AND BREXIT OPTIONS
THE NEED FOR A REFERENDUM ON THE TERMS (PEOPLE’S VOTE)
The case for a referendum on the terms
Responding to Remainers who say “We have to respect the result”