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Gilets Jaunes Protests: What’s Happening?

Riots instigated by the so-called “Gilets Jaunes” (yellow vests) in Paris won’t have failed to attract considerable attention recently; they’ve almost consistently been in...

Brexit Update: Where Are We Now?

Last week was quite possibly one of the most dramatic in the process of Britain leaving Europe so far, with Theresa May’s proposed Brexit...

Never Gonna Give EU Up

EVERY time that I think I’m over Brexit, I realise that I’m really, *really* not. It’s been over two years: I’m still deeply angry....

Students For A People’s Vote Roadshow Comes To Exeter

On the afternoon of Tuesday 2nd October, the Students for a People's Vote Roadshow hit the University of Exeter, hosted by the national youth...

Threat Posed to Exeter Research Funding From a ‘No Deal’ Brexit

The University of Exeter could lose millions of pounds of European Union research funding as a result of Brexit, new analysis reveals.   A key...

Boris Johnson’s Charm Offensive of Latin America

The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, has returned from his five-day Latin American tour of Peru, Argentina and Chile that was conducted from the 19th...

Capturing Brexit on Camera: A Q&A with Timothy George Kelly, director...

Brexitannia, a documentary covering the wide variety of perspectives on Brexit across the UK, is an impressive feat of filmmaking, managing to remain balanced...

Review: Brexitannia

On March 24th, as part of their ‘Right Now’ season of documentaries, the Phoenix screened Brexitannia. On the same day, an anti-Brexit really, ‘Devon...

Students speak for Europe

On Saturday 24th March people across the country marched in support of support of Europe and a Final Say. Here in Exeter the South...

Some Vague Utopia – A Brexit Update

Just before Christmas, Theresa May returned from Brussels a hero. In the space of a week she had seemingly salvaged a process that appeared...