European Movement

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The European Movement is Britain's largest pro-European membership organisation and were formed by Sir Winston Churchill in 1948.

The European Movement is a partner organisation in the Britain in Europe coalition.

It is connected with the Young European Movement.

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People (2012)

Accessed April 2012: [1]

President and Vice-Presidents

Executive Officers


Accessed April 2012: [2]


Accessed April 2012: [3]

People (2006)

Source: [1]

Vice Presidents

Elected Posts (2006)


Deputy Chair

Marie-Louise Rossi


Robert Moreland

Executive Committee Members

Elected by the membership, except those by the English branches ('EB'), or nominated by the National Councils of Northern Ireland ('NI'), Scotland ('S') and Wales ('W').

Three representatives of the Young European Movement will also be nominated to sit on the Executive Committee.

(In alphabetical order)

Paul Bongers de Rath Katrina Bull (EB) Rob Coppinger Margaret Daly Wayne David MP Andrew Dougal (NI) Jeremy Hargreaves Richard Laming Alan Leaman Anne MacKenzie Stuart Sue McGuire Kenneth Munro (S) Les Parkes (EB) Alison Parry Bill Powell (W) Lord Radice of Chester-le-Street Tony Shepherd Veronica Stiastny (EB)

Branches' Consultative Council (2006)

Elected by and to represent the regions/nations as specified (In alphabetical order)

Janet Aram - South West John Churchill - Wales John Cowan - East of England Collis Gretton - East Midlands Barbara MacLeod - Scotland Aine McGuire - London Sue McGuire - North West Bill Morehead - North East Les Parkes - Yorkshire and the Humber Paul Sandars - West Midlands David Sloan - Northern Ireland Veronica Stiastny - South East



David Stephen


Anna Arki Jonathan Church Nella Hodgkinson Ben Jones James Marsh



Resources and articles

Related Sourcewatch


  1. European Movement People, organizational web page, accessed April 18, 2012.
  2. European Movement Patrons, organizational web page, accessed April 18, 2012.
  3. European Movement Patrons, organizational web page, accessed April 18, 2012.