Tag : EU Referendum
This week, Theresa May confirmed that there would be no turning back with invoking the Lisbon Treaty. After June’s referendum result, the UK is set to leave the EU, a first in the organisation’s history. The young population will undoubtedly be the ones experiencing the effects of the referendum result … Read More
It was only in October of last year that I wrote in this paper of the many benefits associated with remaining in the EU. This was before Cameron’s renegotiations and whilst the referendum was still safely tucked away in 2017. But now we know what a UK in the EU … Read More
Regardless of their position on the political spectrum, any politician ought to relish the prospect of debating a juicy topic like Britain’s place in Europe. Lust for money and power aside, it is the prospect of weighing in on such an important issue that gets people into politics in the … Read More
A survey carried out by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) has found that seven out of ten students would vote to stay in the EU if a referendum were held tomorrow. The findings, which are based on a survey of 1,005 students, show that a majority of students … Read More
Better Off Out Or In? With the 2017 Referendum Looming The Gryphon asks: Should Britain leave the EU?
Yes: The argument to leave the European Union is often lumped in with UKIP’s policies but, if you look beyond their xenophobic nonsense, then there are actually very compelling reasons to desire a Brexit. The EU was created to give European nations a greater voice on an ever increasing world … Read More