Opinions from University Of Bristol's alumni

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Jasmine Whitbread,

To end all preventable maternal and child deaths, the G7 must endorse universal health coverage.
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Alice Thomson,

I have always felt uneasy about fervently religious schools. They seem to teach exactly the opposite of what education should be about — to give pupils all the facts and allow them to discover their beliefs for themselves... it is an anomaly to allow publicly funded schools to choose their intake, overtly or covertly, on religious background only. No other state-funded institution is exempt from t... See More
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Stephen Crabb,

disagrees Brexit
Being the first major economy in history to deliberately choose a second-rate, more restrictive trading relationship for itself would be a reckless thing to do.
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Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Member of Parliament for Chipping Barnet

agrees Brexit
If we Vote Leave we would be entitled to remove people who have entered the UK through our common border with Ireland if they are not entitled to be here … There would be no need to erect border controls between the UK and Ireland after we Vote Leave.
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Ruth Lea, Economic adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group

agrees Brexit
The UK [...] would no longer be a major net contributor of the EU budget
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Ruth Lea, Economic adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group

agrees Brexit
[Brexit would] improve prospects: the UK would be able to appeal/amend irksome regulations [...], would be able to negotiate its own trade deals, would be able to run a non-discriminatory immigration policy without having to favour EU nationals
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Dame Julia Goodfellow, Universities UK's President and University of Kent's Vice-Chancellor

disagrees Brexit
The case for staying in Europe is about ensuring the future prosperity of the UK, it’s about maximising the chances of new discoveries that enhance the society in which we live, it’s about the UK’s standing in the world, it’s about British jobs and it’s about opportunities for British people now and in the future.
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Andrew Murrison, British politician

agrees Brexit
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Mark Francois, British politician

agrees Brexit
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Jonathan Evans, Mi5 officer; director general of mi5

disagrees Brexit
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Tim Pigott-Smith, English film and television actor and author

disagrees Brexit
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Michael Winterbottom, Film director

disagrees Brexit
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Laura Wade, British playwright

disagrees Brexit
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Paul Warwick Thompson, British academic

disagrees Brexit
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Andrea Nolan, British veterinary surgeon and academic

disagrees Brexit
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Paul Curran, British geography, vice-chancellor of city university london

disagrees Brexit
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Simon Gaskell, British chemist

disagrees Brexit
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Mark Welland, British physicist

disagrees Brexit
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Paul Midgley, Professor of materials science in the department of materials science and metallurgy at the university of cambridge and a fellow of peterhouse, cambridge.

disagrees Brexit
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David Barford, British medical researcher

disagrees Brexit
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David Nicholson, Nhs chief executive

disagrees Brexit
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Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti, British screenwriter

disagrees Brexit
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Daniel Poulter, British politician

disagrees Brexit
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