eu nationals are reporting that they’re being turned away from voting stations
Using the hashtag #deniedmyvote, hundreds say they’ve been unable to exercise their democratic right to choose an MEP.
wolfgang tillmans: vote together and build a better future
The photographer discusses the latest iteration of his pro-EU campaign, a series of collaborative pan-European posters and photographs, to celebrate the world’s second biggest election.
should you care about the eu elections this week?
Here's a handy breakdown of what these elections actually are about, why they could matter and who's backing what.
Marie Le Conte
wilson oryema is using art to get us talking about saving the planet
A new multimedia exhibition entitled Wait highlights the importance of looking after the environment following Britain's exit from the EU.
this weekend might be our last chance to prevent brexit
Before Theresa May triggers Article 50 next week, we can march this Saturday to make our voices heard.
a wave of marches called in london tonight and in the days after brexit
From solidarity with migrants and anti racism, to protesting the balance-tipping influence of the old, and simply sending our love to the EU, Londoners will take to the streets.
it's time to talk about the eu referendum, straight up!
With the deadline to register to vote just days away, we're inviting i-D's friends, family and followers to be have their say and be photographed for the site.
how young people could help us stay in the eu
18-24 year olds are twice as likely to not vote in the upcoming referendum, but more likely to vote to stay in.
what could brexit mean for generation z?
With the EU referendum getting closer and closer, we look into the potential impact it will have on our lives.
how would brexit affect london's cultural landscape
Should we stay or should we go? Why leaving the EU could irrevocably change the London we love.