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The economic consequences of leaving the EU will depend on what policies the UK adopts following Brexit. But lower trade due to reduced integration with EU countries is likely to cost the UK economy far more than is gained from lower contributions to the EU budget.
A conversation with Prof. Giulio Sapelli, a Professor of Economic History at University of Milan and former member of the Board of ENI Spa, one of the leading oil and gas groups in the world.
What is the British identity and how can it relate to the European Union? Being geographically part and at the same time separated from the continent, it may be stated that Britain maintained quite a detached attitude towards it due to its island identity.
The UK has been at the forefront of some of the EU's greatest successes and it is time the public were made aware of this.
If you think the UK is better off in the EU, check out "Remain Great, Remain In".
OneEurope contributor Ana Oliveira reports from a recent networking event with prominent British university leaders and senior EU officials hosted by the British Embassy in Brussels.
Immigration has been a hot topic in the run up to the general election in Briain, but has it become a red herring drawing the attention away from other key issues such as education, poverty and public services?
Britain is leading by far in terms of books published in Europe.
Britain will introduce driverless cars in a couple of months, and the rest of Europe will follow soon after.
During the last week before the Referendum on the 18th of September, the Scottish Independence debate was hotter than ever.
Kenneth MacArthur describes his motivation for supporting Scotland's independence.
Whatever the result, the Scottish Independence Referendum will have very significant geopolitical, economic, regional and political effects on Europe.
"A respectable 41% of 18-25s in the UK remain in favour of our continuing European membership (vs. 32% against)"
After years of discussions and demands by the Scottish people, they will finally have a chance to decide whether to remain in the UK or not.
As the last part of the article series, now we have a look at the higher-educational opportunites in Spain and in the UK.
This Saturday, 22 June, the Young European Movement of the United Kingdom holds its 2013 congress
The challenge facing the UK Prime Minister is not only a crisis of confidence in his party but also a crisis of confidence in himself.