Knowledge is Power

We need to agree on a common pool of information, in order to have a sensible discussion about the future.
Without a common pool of information, there can be no meaningful Democracy.

Where do the facts come from?

The short answer? The facts come from people whose job it is to know the facts.
Not people who want to convince you of something (politicians). Not people who have anything to gain.
Not people who are rushing to give you the latest guesses, or to guess about what's going to happen, or trying to make sense of what just happened (journalists).
Just people who work hard, who take the time to get it right, and who have taken the time to share their knowledge.

What has Talk Together added?

It's all 100% as it comes from the experts.
All we have done is to make it fun to learn the facts, by putting all the key stuff into easy to learn, quick facts (using short presentations and an educational website called Quizlet, since you asked!)

Who are the experts?

We are steadily increasing the range of people we are working with, but our sources for each subject area are listed on the relevant pages.
You can follow the links, and check that what we are putting into the list of facts is just what our sources have shared as the key information you should know.
Nothing is hidden!

Have a look at the information on the BREXIT INFORMATION page, and see what you think for yourself!

If you would like to learn more, to ask a question, to make a suggestion, or to contact us for any other reason, please email us.
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