When you vote in this referendum, you’re voting on the future of young people across the UK – and the vast majority want to stay IN Europe so they can make the most out of their life. Here’s why some young people want you to think of THEIR future on Thursday.
The Leave Campaign have no answer when it comes to the economy – but the Bank of England, the IMF, the World Bank and 9 out of 10 economists all agree. The biggest risk to the UK economy and to jobs in our country is leaving the EU. Don’t risk it - vote REMAIN on Thursday.
Sporting hero David Beckham on why he's voting Remain:
If we leave Europe, there is no going back. Vote Remain on Thursday for jobs, lower prices, workers’ rights and a stronger future for you and your family.
Former bosses of Tesco, Sainsbury’s, M&S, Asda, Waitrose, Morrisons and B&Q warn that “prices will rise” if Britain leaves the EU. Research by retail union USDAW finds that, if we were to leave, the hit to sterling and the imposition of tariffs would increase prices for families by £580 a year. Stronger In analysis shows...
Remaining in Europe brings together people from all different parties. Yasmin is a Labour supporter who disagrees with the Prime Minister on everything – except that we’re stronger in Europe.
Former Top Gear stars Jeremy Clarkson and James May only agree on three things - and Britain staying in Europe is one of them. Here they discuss why, quite simply, a vote to leave Europe doesn’t make sense.
IMPORTANT: leading businessman Richard Branson explains why leaving Europe would hit our economy - and why being IN helps businesses create UK jobs and opportunities.
What has the EU ever done for us? How about jobs, workers’ rights, decades of peace, cleaner air and beaches, lower prices and dozens more reasons to vote REMAIN on Thursday. Please SHARE this video so everyone knows we’re stronger as part of Europe.