Presenter Rick Edwards has launched a bold effort to cut through the "horse s**t" of the EU referendum campaign with a new
Pollsters have used ever more innovative tactics to canvas the opinions of time-poor young voters ahead of the EU referendum
Young people may be the most affected by the result of the EU referendum. But too often, the media and politicians have shown they aren't interested in our opinions. Despite us being the ones who will deal with the consequences of this vote for the longest, the drama of whether Team Cameron or Team Johnson will control the Conservative Party after Thursday has dominated the coverage.
Look around you. Look at the poison you have created and ask yourself, what are you leaving me? This is your legacy and, regardless of Thursday's result, my generation may well spend the rest of our lives cleaning up.
There's nothing inevitable about the EU. It was born from people's struggles, from the blood of millions, and from people opting to share some sovereignty and work together. It's a beautiful thing - flawed but beautiful - and it needs reforming not abandoning.
The EU has done nothing to protect the jobs of the local lads lining the gate, the steel workers at SSI and the fisherman across our coast. It has undermined democracy and skirted accountability. I believe one of the most important rights in any society is the right to vote on who governs you (and for that vote to count).
The EU may not be perfect, but it is by no means as undemocratic and dominated by the commission as Leave campaigners argue. Voting to leave the EU is not a vote for democracy, because just like the EU, the UK political system is certainly not completely democratic.
It wasn't long living in Beijing before learning what the Chinese thought of the Brits. I was teaching English, a not uncommon
The only thing certain about the refugee crisis in Idomeni, Greece is you never know what is going to happen next. Idomeni was the first official land border crossing for Afghani, Iraqi and Syrian refugees traveling from the Greek islands to Northern Europe. And after two months of working in Idomeni everyday (bar one) I thought I understood the situation. Nothing however prepared me for the crisis that unfolded next.
People aged 18-24 are the only age group who are apparently more likely to vote remain than leave, with 53% of those asked saying they are backing remain. This, sadly, is irrelevant however unless young people actually make it to a polling station and vote. This is our future - we need to make sure our voices aren't drowned out.