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As UK public feeling shifts back to a pro-European stance, is it time to positively charge the nature of the conversation?
I look back to 1973 as the post-war year when Britain accepted the loss of its empire and chose a new European destiny.
Patrick Stewart, speaks about the importance of the European Union and how it has been an integral part of his life.
Yesterday the Channel Islands celebrated Liberation Day. Ben Gidley explains the grim realities of starving islanders and concentration camps.
Organisers of the traditional event to honour the Tyneside Irish Brigade which fought in the First World War had to lay a 'fake' shamrock wreath.
A BBC presenter has been praised for his two-and-a-half minute explainer of Brexit - in a clip that some viewers said demonstrates why it "fundamentally won't work".
Britain's decision to leave the EU has seriously undermined the peace efforts in Europe, a former Tory politician has claimed.
As some towns double down on their European links while others fight to remove them, Holly Eva Ryan reflects on what twinning really means.
Second World War hero Sid Daw has an emotional and heartfelt message as the UK leaves the EU.
Since the Treaty of Rome was signed on March 25, 1957, peace and prosperity is arguably the EU's most notable achievement and greatest legacy. This is something many Remain voters have consistently pointed out since the U.K. decided to leave the EU but how valid is that claim?
Brexit Party candidate Ann Widdecombe suggested that any disruption brought on by a no-deal Brexit is justified as it will not compare with the suffering during the Second World War.
But as Kieran Devine writes, while over 65s are typically treated as a single category in opinion polls, there are substantial generational differences within this group, with those who lived through the Second World War being far more likely to oppose Brexit.
But as Kieran Devine writes, while ‘over 65s’ are typically treated as a single category in opinion polls, there are substantial generational differences within this group, with those who lived through the Second World War being far more likely to oppose Brexit.