Europa United is proud and delighted to support our team member, Madeleina Kay as she is preparing to promote her project, Rage Against the Machine. I wrote my first protest song on 24th June 2016. It was called I’m Sorry We Left EU. I will be the first to […]
Artist, Musician and Writer. A committed social activist and political campaigner. Young European of the Year 2018. Best known as #EUsupergirl.
Europa Contributor Madeleina Kay has gone and done it again by getting stuck in on a new book featuring her now famous illustrations. We got a sneak preview of some of her work, as well as a little about the story behind the book and why it is so important to […]
Europa United would like to congratulate Madeleina Kay for this article being awarded one of the winner in the recent EUinmyRegion Blog Contest. Madeleina’s prize was a place on a European Commission accredited journalism course in Brussels in October. The first time I encountered the Grey to Green Scheme […]
Britain is going through a damaging period of uncertainty. The outcome of the EU referendum is certain, but what Brexit actually means, nobody really knows for certain. Theresa May thinks she knows what Brexit means, but when she crashes out of talks with the EU in the Autumn, […]
There was a lot of rumours and discussion circulating around social media in the last days about an internal dispute between the organisers of the UniteforEurope march on Saturday 25th March. The central focus of the argument seemed to be over whether the Theresa May carnival float would […]
Shocking news was recently announced that Prime Minister Theresa May will be giving up crisps for Lent (and unsurprisingly, it turns out her favourite flavour is salt and vinegar). We are well aware that Theresa May is a big fan of giving things up; EU membership, access to […]
The phrase “Alternative Facts” has been circulating widely since the US Counsellor to the president, Kellyanne Conway used it in a press interview, to describe Donald Trump’s falsehoods. Unfortunately, the phrase is relevant on both sides of the Atlantic as “Alternative Facts” are increasingly being used to achieve […]