Generation Brexit

Our common future after Brexit

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The LSE has found that a majority of young people in the UK want to keep the right to freedom of movement and maintain trade links with Europe after Brexit. Studying in Europe and taking advantage of European education programmes are also priorities. Many young people want the UK to remain an open and inclusive member of the global community of nations and have a strong relationship with the EU.

As the Brexit negotiations embark on their final phase, we would like to know what you think!

WHAT SHOULD THE FUTURE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE UNITED KINGDOM & THE EUROPEAN UNION LOOK LIKE?

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Freedom of movement has been a wonderful thing for this country, especially for youth, with the opportunity to study, travel and work in other member states so easily. With the government so determined that this will end, some kind of political agreement is needed that will allow us to continue to do this with as little bureaucracy as possible. 

Alana Roberts
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I believe free movement should still be kept between the United Kingdom and the European Union as it is beneficial to both the country and its citizens. They should also still fight to be on accord with protection of refugees and asylum seekers. 

Aaliyah Channer
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Aaliyah Channer

While it is clear that the EU member states and the UK have their differences, they also have major similarities and common interests. Furthermore, the UK's voting base was misinformed about the EU's benefits and actions and the UK's position in it. Would it not be beneficial for all if the UK and the EU intensify their cultural bonds after Brexit?

Alexander Dossche
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Alexander Dossche

As a European that has lived in the United Kingdom for the last 7 years, I believe that Free movement between the European Union and the United Kingdom is essential. THere are many just like me that would be very poorly effected if there would be a hard border.

Toon Hollevoet
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Toon Hollevoet

The Scottish Government has been considering to transfer more power to the Scottish Parliament to ensure food safety and standards are respected in case of 'no deal scenario' - highlighting that UK might implement its own standards quality, different from the EU ones 

nico santini
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nico santini

Brexit will radically change the relationship between Ireland and Great Britain, especially with regard to the question of Northern Ireland and a potential Irish reunification. There is the potential that the peace in Norther Ireland is under threat again in the case of a hard border between Ireland and Northern Ireland. 

Elena95
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As the UK was likely to lose direct access to vital EU security databases after 2012 under the proposed long-term Brexit arrangements led by May, the UK’s membership of NATO is also concerned to be weakened. (to be continued in the comment)

Can Huang
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Can Huang

According to several ministers, if the UK leaves the European Union without a withdrawal deal next March, channel ports such as Dover could face disruption for up to six months, which would delay the arrival of necessary supplies from Europe into the UK.

Jessica Wang
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Jessica Wang

Brexit could slow down the progress of the environmental agenda, especially with clean air and recycling. The Carbon emissions progress will not be slowed down, for UK already agreed to RED and most projects are granted planning permission and subsidy contracts. 

Seungmin Bae
by Seungmin Bae
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Seungmin Bae

Brexit would make Britain leave the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) which is responsible for coordinating and regulating access to radioactive materials related to cancer. Many are concerned about the impact this will bring on the future supply, cost and the access to these materials which may slow down research for new drugs.  

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