Referendum Watch: The Facts

By Joe Young - Politics Editor

The EU Referendum is confusing. We would be lying if we said it wasn’t. It’s more likely than not that you’ve either not been convinced by an argument, or you want to hear both sides. Well, here at Pluto we’re doing the legwork for you.

This is Referendum Watch – a regular series where we talk about the facts, and what both sides have to say on an issue, as well as how the EU works. This post will be updated regularly so there’s a central hub of the arguments and facts you can use to help make your decisions. Vote Remain, vote Leave, don’t vote at all – as long as you’ve seen all the facts, you’ve voted the right way.

14/05/16 – Cost of Membership
15/05/16 – Work
16/05/16 – The European Commission
17/05/16 – Laws
18/05/16 – David Cameron’s Renegotiations
19/05/16 – Fishing
20/05/16 – The Council of the European Union
21/05/16 – Healthcare
22/05/16 – The European Central Bank
23/05/16 – Farming
24/05/16 – The Court of European Auditors
25/05/16 – Consumer Rights
25/06/16 – The UK Delegation to the EU
27/05/16 – Immigration
28/05/16 – The European Parliament
29/05/16 – Living Abroad
01/06/16 – What is an EU Directive?
02/06/16 – The Environment
04/06/16 – Energy
08/06/16 – The European Council
09/06/16 – Terrorism
11/06/16 – Equality
15/06/16 – What Do Party Leaders Think?
18/06/16 – Universities and Research
21/06/16 – Leave

About Joe Young 316 Articles
Joe Young has been involved with student media for a very long time now, holding posts within The Pulse, and Pulse Radio, as well as the predecessor of The Pulse, Pluto. He is currently Politics Editor of The Pulse, and Head of News of Pulse Radio. In 2016, he won the Media Award for Best Article for his coverage of the Fishergate Shopping Centre bomb scare.

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