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referendum Tag Archive

Super Saturday: the People’s Vote March, Boris vs Bercow, and more Brexit delays

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Joe Andrews reports the People's Vote March and the implications it may have for UK politics...

Brexit: are new funds sticking a plaster on a fatal wound?

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Rarely has a government been criticised for promising billions in funding to some of the most deprived local authorities in the country. Theresa May has once again demonstrated...

Top keksit

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I was barely through my third pre-dinner vodka when I heard the news. Theresa May’s deal got voted out again by a margin of 149; perhaps not as big as the literally historic...

Brexit: a done deal, or no deal?

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As March 29th draws closer, Jack Coles updates us on the Brexit events of the last month....

Brexit, regrexit

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They say that it is always darkest before the dawn. Or in the case of Brexit, wildly unpredictable. Following two years of negotiations, the EU and the UK have finally reached a...

Brexit: time for another vote?

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Nicola Sturgeon recently announced that she would back another referendum. Our writers debate if another vote is necessary...

Referendums: Have We Reached a Democratic Disaster?

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Is it time to say enough to the referendum? ...

Should No. 10 be more transparent on Brexit?

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The government’s wilful disregard for the sovereignty of parliament has been a disgrace. British democracy has always been a free parliament, accountable to the people, holding...

Should Scotland have second thoughts?

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YES Should Scotland be able to hold another referendum? The answer undoubtedly is yes. Why? Circumstances in the UK have changed dramatically; we are no longer in the European...

Referendum results: Newcastle votes to disaffiliate from NUS

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Following last week’s cross-campus referendum, Newcastle University Students’ Union will begin the process of disaffiliating with the National Union of Students (NUS). The...