Opinions from University Of Bristol's alumniSee all schools and universities
disagrees State-funded faith schoolsI 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
Theresa Villiers, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, Member of Parliament for Chipping BarnetIf 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.
Ruth Lea, Economic adviser, Arbuthnot Banking Group[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
Dame Julia Goodfellow, Universities UK's President and University of Kent's Vice-ChancellorThe 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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