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Forthcoming EU referendum events at the University of Exeter

The University of Exeter is hosting several events in the build up to the all-important European Union referendum on June 23.

Continuing from the recent visit of Prime Minister David Cameron to highlight the government’s position, leading campaigners from both sides of the debate, including Vice-Chancellors and South West Members of Parliament, will speak at the events in May.

The EU referendum is a pivotal moment for the future of the UK. With the ‘Vote Remain’ and ‘Vote Leave’ campaigns in full swing, the following events have been created to invoke an insightful discussion, leading to a more informed decision on voting day.

Students, staff and the local community are invited to join the conversation to put both sides’ arguments under the microscope. This is the chance to ask questions on the topics that directly affect you, whether it is south-west orientated, or something more wide-scale.

This page will be updated with information on additional events relating to the EU Referendum soon. Please note that spaces at events are limited, but certain events will be live-streamed and recorded, as shown below.

View information on how the vote will impact universities here.

For general information, visit aboutmyvote.co.uk.

For those undecided, visit leaveorstay.co.uk, a website run by student entrepreneur Matt Morley, which compares both sides of the argument on several issues.

Previous events:

Date: 17 June 2016

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