So, you might have heard something about a general election in recent weeks? That’s right – in less than three weeks time, the country will be making a return to the polling station, to vote for who we want to see in government.
Three judges ruled on Thursday that Theresa May cannot invoke Article 50 – to start formal exit negotiations with the EU – without Parliament’s support. But what does that all mean? Source gives you the answers. Following the EU Referendum in July that saw 52% of Britain vote to leave the EU, there has been a […]
Before the referendum, Remain campaigners voiced concerns that laid-back youngsters would cost Britain its future in the EU, by leaving it to others to vote in the EU Referendum on their behalf. Now that Britain has voted to leave the EU, with a Scottish turnout of only 67.2%, this fear seems to be realised. But are […]
This morning it was announced that the British people have chosen to leave the European Union. In the last few hours we’ve set in motion our exit strategy (we’ll be out the EU officially in the next two years say those in the know, our PM has stepped down and Nicole Sturgeon has confirmed that a second […]
David Beckham broke the internet (again) today when he announced that he will be voting to remain in the EU on 23rd June. The legendary football player took to Instagram to show his support for the remain campaign and wrote: “We live in a vibrant and connected world where together as a [sic] people we […]