A Manchester academic described the political circumstances which led to seven out of ten Greater Manchester boroughs voting to leave the European Union as a ‘perfect storm’.
June 24. Mark the day, the morning the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union…
Cameron announced he wants a new Prime Minister in place by the Conservative Party conference in the Autumn.
The country voted 51.8% to 48.2% to leave the European political block after many analysts had predicted a comfortable Remain victory.
The day is upon us, pollsters have desperately thrown numbers into spreadsheets for the last time and the voting boxes have been dusted off for their moment of glory and, still, the Brexit debate is as fearsome as ever.
With polls set to open tomorrow morning at 7am through until 10pm you might be searching for that last-minute insight into the EU referendum.
Still unsure about what is at stake in the United Kingdom’s EU referendum on June 23? Have both the remain and exit campaigns left you more confused than certain?
Manchester icon and political activist Bez believes British people are being fooled into thinking they have a democratic voice by Thursday’s EU referendum.
North West MEP and Labour In campaigner Afzal Khan has hit out at ‘misleading’ Vote Leave claims and UKIP’s ‘Little England’ mentality.
‘We have a massive part to play’: Lib Dem leader Farron says Manchester has ‘crucial’ role in EU Referendum vote
Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron has told MM that Manchester has a huge part to play in the European Union, saying the city’s boundaries go ‘beyond our United Kingdom’.
A campaign group has claimed that Britain has ‘far greater influence’ over LGBT agendas across Europe while in the EU, as they set their case out against a Brexit in the upcoming referendum.