Alison speaks with Jonathan Freedland, columnist with the Guardian, on the current political climate in the country as Brexit negotiations continue.
A final EU-UK Brexit deal would need to be approved by at least 20 countries whose residents make up 65% of the EU population
We speak with Sam Fairburn, National Secretary for the People’s Assembly, for his thoughts on the government and a possible deal with the EU.
Chris Giles, financial editor with the Financial Times, talks to Alison about what kind of impact Brexit is having on the UK economy.
3.6 million people from the EU live in the UK. Most of them — 69 percent — come to the UK for work-related reasons
We speak with Peggy Prior, a retired nurse and midwife, for her take on the situation.
Over a third of the UK’s exports to the EU are in the form of services — such as engineering, bookkeeping and legal services
Alison speaks with Jonathan Isaby, editor of Brexit Central, about the reaction to Brexit in the country.
Alison speaks to historian, political writer and commentator Timothy Garton Ash about the broader implications of what a Brexit vote might mean for Britain and Europe.
Alison speaks with University of Westminster overseas student Tallulah Bär for an outsider’s perspective on Brexit and the EU.