October 31st: the scariest day of the year – and also Halloween. It’s apparent from the events of the last few years that no one is certain what will happen over the next few months and years in regards to Brexit. Any consideration for a second Scottish independence referendum will depend on whether the UK leaves the EU, and if it does so, on what terms.
Brexit deal rejected by 432 MP’s, making it a historic defeat in Commons At 19:00 on the 15th of January 2019 a vote was held to confirm whether or not the UK government backed the prime minister’s chequers deal, as widely forecasted the deal was rejected by MP’s. This was a record defeat in commons history with 202 MP’s supporting the deal, and 432 MP’s standing
What is Brexit? Who does it involve? On the 29th of March 2019 the United Kingdom will separate from the European Union, after only having joined in 1973. Now 45 years on, the British public have made the decision to sever ties with the EU; expectedly there are some issues which will inevitably arise: these are the expected challenges. The first of which being the matter
A round-up of the big news this summer. Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 On Sunday 15th July France won the Fifa World Cup for the second time, beating Croatia 4-2 in the final held in Moscow’s Luzhniki Stadium. France’s triumph made their manager Didier Deschamps only the 3rd man to win the international competition as both a player and coach. Huge celebrations took place in France following
Grace Rowling Brexit is a term made up by a journalist in 2012 to shorten the phrase ‘Britain’s exit from the European union’. Brexit is the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union (EU).
Rio Jordan | Reporter Around 20,000 people gathered in London for an anti-Brexit protest on Sunday. It appears to be a sort of ‘last stand’ before the government takes the first big step towards separating UK and EU laws.
Eleanor Service | Brexit. By now I’m sure you’re all well aware of what Brexit is, and that it is a source of great uncertainty for Britain and its future. Yes, it is a hugely important decision, an historical one even, but headlines have been so saturated by the topic for so long, that many people, myself included, have rather lost interest. Amidst so much confusion,