YouTubers And Brexit: Here's Why Your Faves Are So Passionate Right Now
23 June 2016, 15:20
In or out?
The YouTube community have been making their own valid contribution videos in the run-up to the EU Referendum. Seemingly led by highly "stressed out" newbie YouTuber Jazza John, our should-we-stay-or-should-we-go Brexit round-up might just swing your vote one way or the other. Swot up and get yourself to your local polling station - the future of the UK is in your hands.
It's safe to say Jazza's voting IN
Hugely stressed about it. Hugely.
Niki & Sammy absolutely owned the debate.
It was honest. It was objective. It was the best decision-making we've ever seen. Huge well done boys.
Sovereignty. What is it?
Olly from @PhilospophyTube explains sovereignty, what it has to do with the EU and how your vote affects it.
Actually, we don't know who Jazza John likes any more. Possibly no one.
What we do know is that Boris likes bricks. And Jazza is very stressed.
Sprinkle of Glitter talks environmental issues
Louise directly asked the Telegraph's politician panel about how the UK would care for the environment without EU procedures. Catch her 58 minutes into this huge debate.
Jazza John got the lowdown from someone who REALLY know their stuff
A lengthy interview with John Mason put many EU issues into context.
America just doesn't have a clue.
'Brexit' does not mean a quick breakfast before you leave the flat, no.
Lex is IN. We think.
She seems highly concerned about the loss of European food access, anyway.
Jazza John's already voted. He's still worried.
Loads of our favourite YouTubers have already cast their vote
snapchat: jazza_john pic.twitter.com/VbTHc5me9L
— Jazza John (@JazzaJohn) June 23, 2016
Don't forget to vote today! #EUref #Remain pic.twitter.com/0LFm6y4CZT — Tanya Burr (@TanyaBurr) June 23, 2016
Make sure you vote today!!! #iVoted
— Carrie Hope Fletcher (@CarrieHFletcher) June 23, 2016
#ivoted + this little bean was jealous that she couldn't too (no thumbs, can't hold pencils) #dogsatpollingstations pic.twitter.com/Cpznu8kwnI — Suzie ? ? (@hello_october_) June 23, 2016
Too young? Lucky you. Have a ponder of this...
My vote is in.
(As in, not only has my vote now been submitted, my vote was to #remain IN the EU. This is actually a very clever tweet).
— Sammy Paul (@ICOEPR) June 23, 2016
People under 18 won't be represented on the #EUref but will be most affected! How would you vote if you could?! — Sammy (@SammyAlbon) June 23, 2016