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Erasmus+ student Léa Meignien looks back on her year in Liverpool

As well as sending out students to our European Union partner universities, Modern Languages & Cultures welcomes Erasmus+ students to Liverpool to study alongside our ‘home’ students. 241 more words



…in a timely manner.

It occurred to me I wasn’t really living up to the idea of this blog if I didn’t post anything in the run up to the EU Referendum. 139 more words


Brexit Camp In Disarray as Cereal Steals Name

by Nedward Rodriguez

In the run up to the EU referendum, the term ‘Brexit’ has come to mean the symbolic exit of Britain from the EU. 201 more words


A Love Poem

A Summer Story

The birds dart swiftly to and fro

and I am sure they really know

they tell the flowers and the bees

the wind that rustles through the trees… 144 more words


Governments Pro EU Propaganda: The Truth

Like many of you I also received the governments taxpayer funded pro EU leaflet setting out why the government believes we should remain in the EU. 329 more words


Problematic Passports

The new British passport design, celebrating important UK figures and landmarks, has attracted a lot of criticism for its failure to include more than two women among its pages. 316 more words

University Of Glasgow

The European Central Bank is worried about the rise of anti-establishment political parties

The rise of anti-establishment parties could end up threatening Europe’s financial security, according to the European Central Bank (ECB).

The euro zone’s central bank lays out the stark warning in its latest… 244 more words