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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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
by 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.  

Seungmin Bae
by Seungmin Bae
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Seungmin Bae

Britain’s labor in the health field would be affected; the policy of freedom of movement allowed EU workers to work in Britain’s health and social care industries. 5.6% of the English NHS workers and 7% of England’s adult social care sector consist of EU workers, showing that Britain has become increasingly reliant on EU workers. 

Seungmin Bae
by Seungmin Bae
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Seungmin Bae

NHS was promised 350 million pounds a week by the Brexiters, but already, they have had closures and cuts, causing further understaffing and budget struggles. Also, because Britain would leave EMA it may leave its tier 1 market status.

Seungmin Bae
by Seungmin Bae
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Seungmin Bae

A televised debate between May and Corbyn is being planned. It’s a wholly pointless exercise. As with the tour, it is rendered meaningless by the fact that, unlike in an election campaign, those watching the debate will not then be voting on anything. In any case, it treats the issue as if it is about Tory versus Labour, rather than a multi-

Sophie Krasny
by Sophie Krasny
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Sophie Krasny

This past Wednesday, the FTSE 100, a UK share index which is equivalent to the S&P 500 in the U.S., closed below the level seen at the end of 1999, thereby erasing all index gains for investors for close to the twenty past years. The uncertainly surrounding Brexit undoubtedly contributed to the decline, so perhaps there is light at the end of the..

Daniel Sudit
by Daniel Sudit
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Daniel Sudit

There appears to be a possibility that Theresa May will push the pause button once again and delay voting on the divorce agreement with the EU. Due to the heavy opposition to the deal, there is a high chance of it suffering from a landslide defeat, which would consequently send the UK on a dangerous path out of the Union with no agreement....

Daniel Sudit
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Eduardo Scheuren

Even if a free-trade agreement with the EU is secured, analysts from the Centre for European Reform predict that the UK's service exports to the continent will fall dramatically after Brexit. In particular, if the UK is to leave the single market, financial service exports could potentially fall by as much as 59%, or nearly 15 billion pounds in ...

Daniel Sudit
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