The government is planning to publish, in two tranches in late August and early September, about 70 technical notices on how businesses and consumers should prepare for no deal. It means that pretty much all of the current arrangements that join us to the rest of Europe – covering everything from air transport to pharmaceuticals […]
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Dominic Raab was thrust into the role of Britain’s chief Brexit minister following the resignation of David Davis over Prime Minister Theresa May’s proposals for trade with the EU. Theresa May will now lead Brexit talks, with Dominic Raab deputising for her. Documents Dominic Raab • 25 kB
Dominic Raab • 25 kB
The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union. Our proposal is comprehensive. It is ambitious. And it strikes the balance we need – between rights and obligations. It would ensure that we leave the EU, without leaving Europe. It would return accountability over the laws we live by to London, Edinburgh, Cardiff […]
The House of Lords voted in favour of a new amendment for the ‘meaningful vote’, which was passed by 354 votes to 235. Ministers tabled an amendment that would mean a vote only on a neutral motion, which would give MPs no power to halt a cliff-edge Brexit. Under the new amendment, ministers must update […]
A group of angry, determined young people who think Brexit is a disaster and should be stopped. Twitter stream: https://twitter.com/OFOCBrexit Manifesto: https://www.ofoc.co.uk/manifesto/
All the major speeches given to date on Brexit by the main party leaders.
Report for the All Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People conducted by the London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) Department of Media and Communications. Documents LSE APPG Report • 4 MB
LSE APPG Report • 4 MB
Purpose of the group is to develop relationships between young people and parliamentarians, in order to secure a better Brexit for young people. Young people will live with the outcome of Brexit the longest and therefore should have a voice in how the negotiations are shaped. https://publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmallparty/170329/better-brexit-for-young-people.htm
What is the point of the European Union? Should it do more, or less? WATCH this thought provoking video which explains why the EU exists and why it faces the challenges it does. Produced by The UK in a Changing Europe
Produced by The UK in a Changing Europe
SWOT analyses – structured round an investigation of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats – represent a useful way of weighing up the pros and cons of UK relations with the EU and of thinking about how they might develop in the future. We felt that such an approach would allow us to produce a balanced […]
In an open letter to the European Council ahead of discussions on the UK EU referendum on 28-29 June, Eurochild calls for children to be at the heart of decisions made by the European Council regarding the outcome of the UK EU referendum. Open letter to the European Council (PDF)
The outcome of the UK’s referendum on EU membership is too close to call. So which voters could help create a clear difference between the in or out? Young people between 18 and 24 represent 12 percent of the voting bloc and they could hold the key. Produced by Damon Embling Continue reading on Euronews
I moved to London 12 years ago to start my new life here. I wanted to live in the most international, open country in Europe. In the city, the most European in the whole continent, which welcomes diversity and entrepreneurship. I believed I joined on the fore front of 21st century innovation. I was persuaded […]
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Eurochild calls for a child rights-based approach to be taken in the run-up to and after the UK EU referendum. The UK referendum on 23rd June 2016 to decide whether the UK should remain in or leave the EU is fast approaching. The date of the referendum was announced by the UK Prime Minister David […]
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This project aims to create a one-stop-shop to encourage young voters in the UK to engage in EU affairs by creating an understanding of how Europe influences their daily lives and by connecting them to other young people interested to talk and share ideas on the referendum.