THE First News Children’s Charter for Brexit has been delivered to the Prime Minister at Downing Street.
Last year, more than 7,000 First News readers took part in our Junior EU Referendum. Around seven out of ten of you voted to remain in the EU. When adults voted the other way – to leave the EU – we thought it was important that you got to tell the Government what you think. Right now, the Prime Minister’s team are negotiating the deal for Britain to leave the EU. Meanwhile, you have been helping to write the Children’s Charter for Brexit. Over the summer, four First News readers presented the Children’s Charter for Brexit at 10 Downing Street, so the Prime Minister knows what matters to you during discussions.
You can read the full charter, along with some of the comments you left on pages 10 and 11 of this week’s First News (Issue 586, 8-14 September 2017).
Check out First News readers delivering the Children’s Charter to the Prime Minister’s home above!
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