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For Peterloo, for democracy!

Today marks the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre. It is a vital part of our democratic history and, more importantly, it...

EU citizenship: Breaking out of Brexit Britain

EU citizenship is something we have all taken for granted at some point in our lives, whether we...

Losing free movement would deal a blow to our English teachers

I left university at 21, and by the time I was 24 I knew a regular job was not something for me....

We’re spending billions on a no-deal Brexit. What could we fund...

Young people know all too well the impact that austerity has on us – it affects our education, it affects our healthcare,...

Thanks to the EU, I had the chance to work in...

Seven years and half ago I made one of the biggest and most exciting decisions of my life – the best decision...

I was 15 in June 2016. Now I want to have...

The months leading up to the EU referendum were madness. I had recently turned 15 and every day I’d see Nigel Farage...

For women, Brexit means risking basic rights that we take for...

David Cameron was much like the obnoxious wealthy housemate who is the first to move out before the tenancy is up. He...

Despite itself, Brexit is making Britain more European than ever.

Looking beyond the Channel As a graduate taking advantage of what may be my last taste of freedom of...

Witnessing the stalwart British spirit restored my faith in this country.

I was born in Germany, I grew up in Australia, but I am also British. My wife is French-American but grew up...

I’m with Hitch – “Never be a spectator of unfairness or...

I didn’t understand it – i still don’t – but i knew my days of sitting uneasily on the sidelines were all but over.

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