On Thursday 2nd March 2017, Common Vision hosted a briefing session for Citizens UK community leaders to explore the impact of Brexit on community and family life, and how local groups can respond. The discussion centred around employment and immigration issues, alongside others of interest to community members.
Stephen Herring argues that there are both opportunities and challenges for tax policy post-Brexit. We should look at our peers and enact the best rules.
Tim Law says that the UK does not need to leave the EU in order to reform the tax system - but either outcome presents challenges.
Katy Owen discusses polls on how millennials will vote in the US election, if people prefer the Single Market or reducing immigration, and crisps packets.
Katy Owen reviews the latest research insights on the Brexit process, unpicking the Lib Dem surge in Witney, and on pension policy changes.
Josiah Mortimer argues that we need to expand voter registration and educate young people about politics to encourage democratic renewal.
In light of the EU referendum, Helen Whitehouse argues that young people deserve a better education in order to be informed voters.
Hanna Nomm says that although the Brexit debate has been overwhelmingly negative, it has managed to get millennials and baby boomers involved.
Caroline Macfarland argues that Brexit might be the wake up call that millennials needed and that is it time for them to demand a new political shift.