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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 Facts

A curated selection of relevant videos about Brexit.
22nd February 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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Our Future Our Choice’s new battlebus

The bus, organised by the youth movement Our Future Our Choice, aims to show MPs the strength of feeling in young people about Brexit. This marks a new phase of campaigning by young people that calls for a final say on the Brexit deal.
20th November 2018/by Project staff
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Third Brexit Secretary appointed, Stephen Barclay

16th November 2018/by Project staff
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‘I believe in my deal’

15th November 2018/by Project staff
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Second Brexit Secretary to resign

The second Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigns from his post in disagreement with the Cabinet owned Brexit deal.
15th November 2018/by Project staff
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Cabinet sign-up to May’s Brexit deal

UK Cabinet ministers approve the draft deal on Brexit followed by a series of registrations including the foreign secretary Brexit minister and a few junior ministers.
14th November 2018/by Project staff
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Brexit submit

May headed to Brussel for a special Brexit submit to seal the deal with her EU counterparts.
9th November 2018/by Project staff
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People’s Vote

Young people come…
20th October 2018/by Project staff
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The moment of Truth.

The moment of Truth. May meets fellow EU leaders and the European Commission to try to seal deal in the terms of UK’s withdrawal and what kind of relationship it will have with the EU in the future.
12th October 2018/by Project staff
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Respect

May says no to…
5th September 2018/by Project staff
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Studying in the UK or EU

Erasmus+ in the UK if there's no Brexit deal. If the UK leaves…
23rd August 2018/by Project staff
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Using it, losing it: what has EU citizenship meant to young people in Britain?

British young people will shortly lose their EU citizenship.…
23rd August 2018/by Project staff
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Being young in Brexit Britain: Young people’s attitudes towards and aspirations after the Brexit referendum

By Dr. Avril Keating, UCL. This project examines young people’s…
20th August 2018/by Project staff
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What happens if we have no deal by March 2019?

The government is planning to publish, in two tranches in late…
17th August 2018/by Project staff
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Who is leading the UK Brexit team? Brexit team reshuffle

Dominic Raab was thrust into the role of Britain's chief Brexit…
12th August 2018/by Project staff
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Theresa May’s Red Lines on Brexit: Chequers Plan July 2019 (see paper attached)

The future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European…
28th July 2018/by Project staff
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Will Theresa May have the last say on Brexit or Parliament? EU Withdrawal Bill

The House of Lords voted in favour of a new amendment for the…
17th July 2018/by Project staff
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OUR FUTURE, OUR CHOICE!

A group of angry, determined young people who think Brexit is…
7th March 2018/by Project staff
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Political debate so far

All the major speeches given to date on Brexit by the main party…
6th March 2018/by Project staff
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UK Youth Perspectives and Priorities for Brexit Negotiations

Report for the All Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit…
1st December 2017/by Project staff
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All-Party Parliamentary Group on a Better Brexit for Young People

Purpose of the group is to develop relationships between young…
12th September 2017/by Project staff
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Statement and Call to Action on the Impact of Brexit on Children and Young People

The Brexit process has, thus far, ignored the voices of children…
29th June 2017/by Project staff
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EU referendum: One year on

Well, it’s not boring is it? Politics continues to surprise…
29th June 2017/by Project staff
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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
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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
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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
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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
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How different age groups voted

Almost three quarters (73%) of 18 to 24-year-olds voted to…
27th June 2016/by Darren Sharpe
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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
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The EU: what’s the point?

What is the point…
22nd June 2016/by Project staff
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