Brexit Britain: What now for the Europeans who call the UK their home?

By Robert Heslop, YEM London Theresa May has refused to guarantee EU citizens, who are current living in the UK, the right to stay in the country once the UK has left the EU. Her reasoning for this is that it would be a premature move by the government to unilateraly guarantee the rights of Read more about Brexit Britain: What now for the Europeans who call the UK their home?[…]

YEM St Andrews: Refugee crisis in perspective report

On Monday, 12 October 2015, the Young European Movement St Andrews held its first event of the new academic year. More than sixty undergraduate and postgraduate students listened to presentations on the refugee crisis and discussed their views on the European Union’s response to this unprecedented challenge. Natasha Saunders, who is a committee member of ‘Refugee Action St Read more about YEM St Andrews: Refugee crisis in perspective report[…]

Why Remain?

By Tim Otway – Treasurer In celebration of Europe Day and to mark the common EU <3 UK action, what is the best reason for people residing in the UK to love the EU? (no limits on quirkiness) By Tim Otway from YEM Warwick This month we were fortunate enough to welcome our university’s Chancellor Read more about Why Remain?[…]

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