What would it mean if we left the EU?
Would we really save £350 million a week?
Would jobs be at risk? What rights would we gain or lose if we left?
Britain faces a historic decision on our membership of the EU and we want to make sure you have all the facts. The stakes couldn’t be higher and the outcome of this vote could change our relationship with the world around us and each other.
We’ve brought together a fantastic panel of experts from both sides of the EU debate and as well as outlining their cases they’ll be answering your questions.
This is about the future of Britain, the future of Europe, and your future too. Be informed as you make your decision in the EU referendum.
Simon Dubbins, Unite the Union (remain)
Unite the union is Britain's largest trade union and believes that the main motivation for the right to leave the EU is to weaken workers rights.
Sam Fowles, Another Europe is Possible (remain)
Another Europe is Possible has been set up to campaign for a Europe which does not implement austerity on the poorest countries on the continent. They are campaigning to stay in Europe and reform it.
Patricia Mckenna, Green Leave (leave)
Patricia is a former Irish MEP who saw what the EU austerity programme did to the Irish economy after the recession. She is campaigning for a leave vote.
David Paton, Professor of Industrial Economics (leave)
David is a Professor of Industrial Economics at Nottingham University and is campaigning for us to leave.
5 Broad St
Nottingham NG1 3AJ
Google map and directions