Some statistical data on the Me and Europe site

The web site Me And Europe was active online from mid April 2016…
29th July 2016/by Darren Sharpe

Young people in a changing Europe: British youth and Brexit 2016

In recent years, the relationship between young people and British…
6th July 2016/by Darren Sharpe

Message from Slovakia… “Son, the UK are leaving the EU”

Last Friday, I was awoken by a phone call from my mum at 7 AM.…
29th June 2016/by David Janotka

They voted leave and we have to deal with it

On Thursday 23rd June 2016, the British public voted to leave…
27th June 2016/by Darren Sharpe

How different age groups voted

Almost three quarters (73%) of 18 to 24-year-olds voted to…
27th June 2016/by Darren Sharpe

Referendum – Thoughts from an old Doctor

I am a professor of medicine who has worked as a doctor with…
23rd June 2016/by Adrian Renton

The EU: what’s the point?

What is the point…
22nd June 2016/by Joseph

How much do we know about the EU?

Produced by  The…
22nd June 2016/by Joseph

A comprehensive booklet to help anyone make an informed decision

SWOT analyses – structured round an investigation of Strengths,…
22nd June 2016/by Joseph

Eurochild calls for children’s rights to be prioritised

In an open letter to the European Council ahead of discussions…
21st June 2016/by Joseph

Brexit: Young people’s votes could swing the result of the referendum

The outcome of the UK’s referendum on EU membership is…
21st June 2016/by Joseph

4 days to go… the big youth debate

"If you are a democrat then vote leave… if you want cohesion…
20th June 2016/by Anabel Acheampong

Can Britain afford further budget and public finance cuts ?

EU referendum: Osborne warns of Brexit budget cuts http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-eu-referendum-36534192 Yesterday,…
15th June 2016/by David Janotka

Nine days to make-up your mind on our future in the European Union and in the rest of the world

There are only nine days remaining until the UK referendum on…
14th June 2016/by Darren Sharpe

Lead not leave campaign

Gordon Brown's impassioned…
14th June 2016/by Patrick Magill

Vote leave

12th June 2016/by Patrick Magill

No single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Schäuble says

http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2016/jun/10/no-single-ma…
10th June 2016/by David Janotka

What happened to Cameron’s proposals?

A great deal of political debate has taken place since the referendum…
7th June 2016/by Patrick Magill

Your Game of Thrones

I moved to London 12 years ago to start my new life here. I wanted…
6th June 2016/by Joseph

Football and the EU referendum – are we scoring an own goal if we leave?

Phillip Smith, Health and Wellbeing Lead for Leyton Orient Trust…
1st June 2016/by Patrick Magill

Eurochild calls for children’s rights to be visible in the UK EU referendum

Eurochild calls for a child rights-based approach to be taken…
31st May 2016/by Joseph

EU: how to decide

Need help deciding…
27th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

What does Brexit mean for Malta?

  Britain and Malta have a pretty long history together,…
26th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

What would Brexit mean for everyday life in the UK?

Much of the early debate in the EU referendum campaign has revolved…
26th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

Can my Italian friends vote in the EU referendum?

It is interesting to note that not everybody living in the UK…
25th May 2016/by Anabel Acheampong

BREXIT will mean the second economic recession for Britain

BREXIT will mean the second economic recession for Britain According…
24th May 2016/by David Janotka

BBC Generation 2016: Young voters step up to election debate

The BBC's Generation projects are designed to ensure the voices…
23rd May 2016/by Patrick Magill

What Brexit means to the UK: A short animated film

23rd May 2016/by Patrick Magill

Dear young people: here’s why you need to vote in the EU referendum

The following article talks about the importance of why you should…
23rd May 2016/by Patrick Magill

We are the Curious – are you?

Produced by the EU Erasmus Programme
23rd May 2016/by Patrick Magill

What do young people think of EU referendum?

Education, immigration…
20th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

The UK Referendum Explained: Everything You Need To Know In Under 5 Minutes

Are you struggling…
20th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

EU Referendum: What does it mean for young people?

Young Greens visit…
20th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

Every vote counts: 101 on how a referendum works

A Fixers campaign…
18th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

Black British Youth: are we in or out?

Being Black and young and living in the UK can sometimes…
16th May 2016/by Anabel Acheampong

EU Referendum Debate

In partnership with the University of East London and Nottingham…
16th May 2016/by Darren Sharpe

We asked young people what they thought about Europe

9th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

How do our friends feel about the whole thing?

The following article provides some information  into the world…
9th May 2016/by Patrick Magill

Why young people should support a vote to stay in the EU

Throughout the 20 th century, long before the formation of the…
2nd May 2016/by Howard Williamson

Big Business and Brexit

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/rupert-murdoch-tweets-congratulations-to-michael-gove-after-reports-the-mp-will-back-eu-exit-a6886081.html This…
29th April 2016/by David Janotka
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