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18th Jan
Engagement with politics is low. After the Brexit referendum, people are feeling frustrated and in the media we keep hearing the phrase ‘the only...
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17th Jan
Brexit is a confusing time. So much has happened since the UK voted to leave the European Union in 2016. There are new stories surrounding our exit...
16th Jan
In June of 2016 there would be a debate on the UK’s constant membership within the European Union (EU). This ended with the extremely close public...
Manchester Metropolitan University
16th Jan
Apart from investment in: farming, research, arts and culture, young people, growth and jobs and health care, what have the EU ever done for us...
Placards from young people campaigning for a second referendum at the People's Vote protest in London
16th Jan
Last October, hundreds of thousands of people marched to parliament in London, campaigning for a second Brexit vote. Many argue that in 2016, when...
15th Jan
The first national referendum about the UK's relationship with Europe took place 41 years ago and began the process towards 'ever-closer-union'...
Afzal Khan
15th Jan
Last night MPs in parliament voted on Theresa May's EU withdrawal deal. The vote was a shattering defeat for the government, who lost by 230 votes -...
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15th Jan
Brexit: It's the word that has been on everybody's lips for the past few years. In fact, the political buzzword used to describe the UK's...
14th Jan
As the due date for the UK to leave the EU draws close this year and a pressure for a second referendum is mounting, Manchester citizens speak to...

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