The GuardianStudents, remember: your EU vote will affect your life chances for years to comeThe GuardianThe choice is simple: as a country, will we be safer, stronger and better off as part of the EU, or on our own? Will our world-class universities be more successful within this phenomenal knowledge exchange partnership, or outside the European research ... read whole article

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