The British Youth Council believes young people should have a say on Brexit. The youth-led charity feels the voices and wishes of young people, in particular, have not reflected in Brexit negotiations up to this point. Therefore, we believe the best way to give young people a clear say on their future is to join the growing campaign, calling on the Government to deliver a People’s Vote on the final Brexit Deal.
Ministers and Members of Parliament, alongside leading figures from the world of policing, crime and policy are among those giving evidence to the British Youth Council’s Youth Select Committee on 5th and 12th July as part of an inquiry into knife crime. The inquiry comes as a result of a UK-wide ballot of 1.1 million
Greater Manchester is a vast, vibrant city-region, bursting with opportunity. As young people, we have all these opportunities for the future on our doorstep yet we are unable to reach them. We are unable to grasp and take hold of what we can see so close to us. The reason why we, as young people,
“The British Youth Council radically changed my career and life path. I had no idea what I wanted to do. But by volunteering with the charity, and seeing how it shapes young people's lives I now know I want to have my own career doing something similar”.