BBC News Asks Students How They Feel About Brexit

BBC News Asks Students How They Feel About Brexit

A constant topic featured in the news at the moment is Brexit and what it means for us. On the week commencing 18th July the College opened its arms to the BBC news’ Education and Social Affairs team, talking to students of the college, to focus on the opinions and views of young people.

BBC News Education Correspondent Elaine Dunkley reported Live on Thursday, inviting guests to comment of the students’ views, expanding on related topics such as Employment, Erasmus and local EU funded projects.

Watch the students’ interview here

Guests at 2pm included Fionnula Hainey from Coventry Telegraph and Simon Gilbert from BBC Coventry & Warwickshire, pictured below with Elaine Dunkley.

BBC News Asks Students How They Feel About Brexit

Joining Elaine at 3pm was representatives from the Young political parties, Minesh Parekh (Labour) and Jack Kennaugh (Conservative) pictured below with Jo Gaffney.

BBC News Asks Students How They Feel About Brexit

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