Exclusive Documentary | EU Referendum: The UK’s Relationship With The EU

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Article, interviews and documentary by Ironfoot i.e. Arthur Huxham.

A documentary on the UK’s long history with Europe, the EU Referendum and getting personal views from many UK Expats based in Belgium addressing the big issues of the referendum.

This is part of a series being run by a young Brit who lived in Belgium for 19 years and now resides in Cardiff. The aim? To inform and involve other young people in this once-in-a-generation debate from many important and interesting perspectives.

In addition, there are 11 full exclusive, independent interviews in this series:

EU Referendum #1 | Interview: What Will Happen To The Science & Research Sectors Without The EU Grants?

EU Referendum #2 | Interview: What Will Happen To The EU Students If Brexit Wins?

EU Referendum #3 | Interview: Brexit Would Be Good For International Students

EU Referendum #4 | Interview: Why British Expats In Europe Should Be Given The Vote

EU Referendum #5 | Interview: How Will The Arts & Disabilities In Cardiff Be Impacted?

EU Referendum #6 | Brussels Tour | Interview: NATO Deputy Assistant Secretary General For Emerging Security Challenges, Dr Jamie Shea

EU Referendum #7 | Brussels Tour | Interview: Chief Executive, The British Chamber Of Commerce In Belgium, Glenn Vaughan

EU Referendum #8 | Brussels Tour | Interview: ‘The EU: Political, Institutional and Constitutional Reform’, Prof. Martin Westlake

EU Referendum #9 | Interview: How Will The Erasmus Programme Be Impacted By The EU Referendum?

EU Referendum #10 | Brussels Tour | Interview: Chairman, The Welsh Society In Brussels, Rhodri Thomas

EU Referendum #11 | Brussels Tour | Interview: NATO Editor, Paul King: “In My Opinion, Brexit Damaging For The UK”

Exclusive Documentary | EU Referendum: The UK’s Relationship With The EU

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