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When he arrives October 17th, I ask that our European friends give Boris NOTHING and give the British people EVERYTHING! / Let's stop No-Deal, secure an extension and give the British people a #FinalSay
Our campaign is different, and so is this podcast. We’ll be hosting new voices, diverse perspectives and insider analysis from the next generation of People’s Vote activists. / FFS, Another Brexit Podcast is hosted by FFS co-founders Jason Arthur and Amanda Chetwynd-Cowieson, leaders of a youth and student-led movement for a People’s Vote on Brexit.
We intend to use modern advertising techniques to reach thousands of young people across social media and sign them up to vote.
Nearly 200,000 people have applied to register to vote in just 72 hours, and more than half of them are under 35.
The UK’s train operators are to pull out of the Interrail scheme, which has allowed unlimited train travel across Europe for a fixed price for almost 50 years.
Indecision over Britain’s scheduled departure from the European Union three years after referendum feeds clashes within families as attitudes become more entrenched.
RECENT polls have suggested that opinion on independence versus staying in the UK is split almost 50:50. And once Boris Johnson and a possible "no-deal" Brexit are added into the mix, support for independence moves into the lead.
Information and opportunities for young people across Europe.
If any of the candidates genuinely cared about listening to and engaging with younger voices, they would commit to a vote on the final Brexit deal.
Youth representatives from the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats, Green Party and Plaid Cymru urge MPs to back Final Say vote
Regardless of the European election results, the rhetoric on “binning the backstop” will begin again next week. But more than any time in the past two decades, politicians from Westminster need to show courage and leadership on Northern Ireland.
The system has failed us. Still, huge numbers of under-34s have registered to vote in the European elections.
Every election is determined by those who show up. / No matter how you vote, it’s important that young people turn out in this year’s European Elections. Find out who’s standing in your local area.
This may very well be the last time we get to vote in these elections, and a large part of how the next years shape up will be down to us. Our future is in our hands.
Strategy report setting out the big future challenges for the EU – and Scotland’s contribution to that European future
The country’s children will be forced to clear up the Brexit “chaos” left by politicians, a headteachers’ union leader has said.
DiscoverEU is an initiative of the European Union giving you the opportunity to travel around Europe. By travelling mainly by rail (there are exceptions to allow those living on islands or in remote areas to take part), you will discover Europe’s stunning landscapes and its endless variety of cities and towns.
The loss of the scheme would be a devastating blow for the social mobility of students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Young people are strongly in favour of a People’s Vote – with only 9% against it, survey finds.
Analysis of a YouGov survey for the People’s Vote campaign shared with HuffPost UK revealed 79% of 18-24 year olds in the north east, north west and east and west midlands want another public say on Brexit.
Politics is changing whether the establishment likes it or not. Trust in traditional politics is low and institutions are weak, but pro-EU campaign groups and activist networks are springing up everywhere.
It's not just their opportunities, their futures, their freedoms – leaving without a deal risks young people's trust in politics too
Travel companies warn European holiday prices set to rise 31% as a result of Brexit. Survey points to 25,000 UK jobs in the sector also at risk and warns of the damage to UK businessesand training opportunities for young people.
'It is the first time in our long history that any British government has embraced a policy of self-harm, despite their own advisers warning that it will make our nation weaker – and our people poorer.'
An extract from 'A Call for Revolution: An Appeal to the Young of the World'.