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The UK looks set for a 12 December election after MPs vote to back it following months of deadlock over Brexit

Britain is set to go back to the ballot box on 12th December…
30th October 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit extension

The EU has granted the UK an extension to January 31st 2020 to…
28th October 2019/by Project staff
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Parliament’s ‘unmeaningful vote’ on Brexit

On October 21st 2019 MPs voted and approved in principle Boris…
24th October 2019/by Project staff
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It should have been a ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ on Brexit?

The UK Parliament sat on a Saturday 19th October for the first…
21st October 2019/by Project staff
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New Brexit deal

The revised Brexit agreement between the UK and the EU was announced…
18th October 2019/by Project staff
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Is a Brexit deal possible?

Negotiations between the UK and the EU are taking part at the…
14th October 2019/by Project staff
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Supreme Court ruled suspending Parliament was unlawful

The unambiguous verdict from the U.K.'s highest court was a severe…
27th September 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit Facts

A curated selection of relevant videos about Brexit.
20th September 2019/by Project staff
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The week that was…

In seven weeks of the new Government the PM has yet to win a…
16th September 2019/by Project staff
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The Queen’s Speech

The Queen's Speech to take place on 14 October, to outline new…
31st August 2019/by Project staff
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Sir John Major joins court case to stop Parliament suspension

Ms Miller had already launched her own challenge, and Sir John…
30th August 2019/by Project staff
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Parliament suspension

Parliament suspension sparks furious backlash and protesters…
29th August 2019/by Project staff
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A very British Coup

The ‘prorogues of parliament’ has now been approved, allowing…
28th August 2019/by Project staff
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A-levels vs BTECs is the story of British politics

Younger voters with low education qualifications were as likely…
23rd August 2019/by Project staff
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Plans for a National unity government

The most effective strategy to avert a no-deal outcome, whether…
9th August 2019/by Project staff
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The new DUDE in 10 Downing Street

Depart European Union Unit the country Defeat opposition…
25th July 2019/by Project staff
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Theresa May’s story ends – Post-premiership

After leaving 10 Downing Street, May took her place on the backbenches,…
24th July 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit: Corbyn tells next PM to hold second referendum and says Labour will back Remain

Jeremy Corbyn has challenged the next Tory prime minister to…
9th July 2019/by Project staff
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Jeremy Hunt and Boris Johnson positions on Brexit

Only 160,000 Conservative Party members get a vote for UK’s…
9th July 2019/by Project staff
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EU election overviews

President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen. She…
5th July 2019/by Project staff
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Turnout at elections

House of Commons Library Briefing paper Number CBP 8060, 5…
5th July 2019/by Project staff
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“I did not deliver Brexit” Theresa May

Theresa May resigned as Conservative Leader due to failing to…
7th June 2019/by Project staff
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How youth influenced the EU election

With major votes occurring within the span of five months this…
24th May 2019/by Project staff
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EU election stories

Lord Ashcroft Polls - My Euro-election post-vote poll: most Tory…
24th May 2019/by Project staff
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1.5 million young people denied a vote in the EU Elections

The British Youth Council have expressed their dissatisfaction…
23rd May 2019/by Project staff
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The vote that the British people should never have been asked to cast: the European elections

European elections. The big winner was the Brexit Party. One…
23rd May 2019/by Project staff
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What does the UK’s youth think about the European elections?

Five young people from across the country give their views on…
22nd May 2019/by Project staff
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The Games of Thrones: Who will sit in 10 Downing Street and rule over United Kingdom?

European Parliamentary elections 27th May The United Kingdom…
22nd May 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit timeline – next steps

23-26 May: European Parliamentary elections are held across…
29th March 2019/by Project staff
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Why we’re marching

On 20 October 2018, an estimated 700,000 people marched for a…
29th March 2019/by Project staff
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What will the new breakaway group of MPs from labour and Conservatives mean for Brexit?

MPs from the Labour and Conservative parties have formed together…
13th March 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit: A letter from the four Children’s Commissioners of the United Kingdom

A letter from the four Children’s Commissioners of the United…
13th March 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit will cost young people up to £108,000 each in lost earnings, according to a new report

The report, entitled 'Young People and Brexit', by Thomas Peto,…
13th March 2019/by Project staff
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Life after BREXIT: What are the UK’s options outside the European Union? By Swati Dhingra and Thomas Sampson

It is highly uncertain what the UK’s future would look like…
12th March 2019/by Project staff
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Promoting Youth Involvement and Social Engagement: Opportunities and challenges for ‘conflicted’ young people across Europe.

The full report presents a collection of standardised country…
9th March 2019/by Project staff
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PROMOTING YOUTH INVOLVEMENT AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT: Trusting All Youth to Build a Better Europe

PROMISE explored the ways young people with a history of stigmatisation…
8th March 2019/by Project staff
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Brexit debate: What young people really think

These people were…
7th January 2019/by Project staff
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Post-Summit Analysis covering EU Summit

The paper does not ‘only’ analyze the key issues on the Summit…
12th December 2018/by Project staff
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PM Leadership Challenge – Just survived

Conservative MP’s…
11th December 2018/by Project staff
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Meaningful Vote

UK Parliamentary debate on deal leading to MP’s vote on 11 th December. Vote postponed by May who heads off to Brussel’s to negotiate further with EU leaders on the Back Stop terms. May held in contempt by the Lower House for postponing vote at such short notice. The meaningful vote is postponed until week beginning 7 th January 2019. May needs 320 votes in Parliament to get approval deal, however the Conservatives hold 316 seats in 650 set Lower House.
3rd December 2018/by Project staff
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