How Brexit threatens Croydon

Posted on June 28th, by Sean Creighton in Politics & Society. 6 comments

We’ve seen Brexit wipe £2trillion off global stocks and take the pound to a thirty-one year low. What might it do to Croydon… and to Westfield? asks Sean Creighton

Will the narrow victory for the Leave side in last week’s EU referendum lead to Westfield Hammerson pulling the plug on the Whitgift redevelopment? That is what council leader Tony Newman fears and he has written for an … Read More »

Crexit or cremain? Should the people of Croydon vote to leave the EU?

Posted on May 9th, by Charles Barber in Politics & Society. 8 comments

In Croydon’s interests and in our country’s, Charles Barber will be voting to stay

On Thursday 23rd June, the British public and the people of Croydon will make a decision with long-lasting and difficult-to-predict consequences. Whether to leave or remain is one of the most complicated decisions that we, as a people, have ever been asked to make.

The reason that I’ll be ticking the … Read More »

Out of the EU and back on track

Posted on March 16th, by Michael Swadling in Politics & Society. 18 comments

The Citizen’s EU referendum coverage begins with Michael Swadling presenting a case for ‘Crexit’

The EU referendum campaign has started. This represents a huge opportunity for the people of Britain to regain control of our democracy and leave the EU. I am campaigning for Britain to set itself free from the burden of EU membership and as a life-long resident of Croydon, I look forward … Read More »