Is Brexit the best choice for Britain in the upcoming EU referendum? Yes it is argues Alex Walker.
Greeks are suffering for the sake of a political goal that should never have been started in the first place. The only way to end this suffering is to leave the Eurozone argues Alex Walker.
Keshia Jacotine believes Britain should face up to its past and embrace a more positive relationship with the European Union
In this article, Sam Neagus examines whether the Eurozone has a long term future, as well as offering an analysis of what changes to its structure could be made in the future.
Article by Calum Young, in which he points out the increasing isolationalism of British policy-makers in Europe whilst they simultaneously hold on to the right to vote on issues. Does this open up a new ‘West Lothian Question’? Is this a an emerging Paris Puzzle?
In this article Fran Hinton poses a question about the role of Britain in Europe: will we be a nation of isolation or participation? She argues that whilst the EU cannot be regarded as perfect, in regards to the welfare of British citizens and the wealth of our nation, the EU has played a central role in bringing prosperity to Britain. In conclusion, we are stronger together than apart.