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Brexit Watch

The Brexit Watch Studio at Conservative Party conference

At Conservative Party conference in Manchester, the Brexit Watch Studios will invite senior politicians to share their views and expertise on the Brexit process and recent key announcements.

The Brexit Watch Studio at Labour Party conference

This autumn, Common Vision is hosting the "Brexit Watch Studio" at Labour Party conference in Brighton. We are inviting senior politicians to share their views and expertise on the Brexit process and recent key announcements.

BRING YOUR OWN BREXIT! – Brexit Watch workshop in Bristol

In May, we welcomed a number of young people (between the ages of 15 and 30) from Bristol and the South West to the Arnolfini arts centre in Bristol.

Brexit’s victim

This is a blog I have wanted to write for a long time. There’s no better time than now Article 50 has been triggered. The uncertainty and the anxiousness I’ve been feeling since 24th June 2016 has now turned into pure fear. I’m scared!

Breakup letter to the EU

Babe, This is it. I didn’t think I’d ever use this clichéd line seriously in real life but: it’s not you, it’s me.

The Brexit deal will affect us all – it can’t be cooked up in secret

The decision to leave the EU represents the biggest political change to the UK in a generation.

How can politicians bridge the generational divide post-Brexit?

With 61% of voters aged 65 plus voting in favour of Britain’s departure from the European Union, and 73% of those aged 18-24 voting to Remain, the stark generational divide emerging from British politics has never been so obvious.

Young people should not be scared by talks of a hard Brexit (at least let’s hope so)

The overwhelming majority of the young British electorate voted to stay in the EU on the 23rd of June 2016. 73% of 18-to-24-year-olds crossed Remain at the ballot box, constituting a proportion far superior to that of their fellow older voters.

Okay Ms May, we decided to leave the European Union, what next?

Friday 24th June 2016, the day we as a country decided to leave the European Union. I don’t know about you but I woke that morning feeling like Mr Krabs.

We need more Muslim voices in the Brexit debate

Truth is; if someone would have asked me if I considered myself European a couple of years ago, I wouldn’t know how to respond.
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