I was delighted to be invited to the ’48 Hours for Democracy’ event which is taking place in Brussels next week. It’s exciting to be part of such an important meeting of minds on Europe. Europa United is dedicated to the European concept of closer cooperation and I […]
Born and raised in Ireland. A lover of cars, rugby and European politics. Freelance writer and co-founder and editor of Europa United. Ken loves the idea of freedom of movement and is a committed Europhile.
A message from our chief website editor, Ken Sweeney on the future of Europa United and the effects of recent changes by Facebook on our project. Ken also wishes to outline Europa United’s exciting times ahead which will involve us moving beyond our website and into the live […]
According to information obtained by Irish state broadcaster, RTE, the EU is prepared to allow a longer Brexit transition period which will possibly see Britain remaining in the EU until after the agreed term of 2020. New of this development was released today (Wednesday) and according to EU sources, […]
Nigel Farage, Diane James, Nigel Farage again, Paul Nuttall, Steve Crowther and Henry Bolton. And now poor old Henry is up for the chop as the United Kingdom Independence Party goes through yet another sucker unlucky and stupid enough to be in the firing line as their leader. […]
The sun is shining down on the Place Du Luxembourg in Brussels and it’s the twenty-fifth day in the month of March. It’s been eight decades since the Treaty of Rome, which was the establishment of the first union of Europe in centuries, and on the anniversary of […]
Rory Montgomery, Second Secretary General at the Department of Foreign Affairs, in a speech in Dublin yesterday reported by state broadcaster, RTE, stated that “The British government has made a series of very welcome and important commitments. But of course giving effect to those commitments will be extremely challenging” […]
When he touched down in Dublin almost two weeks ago, Boris Johnston immediately irked the mood of the Irish delegation when that morning at a press conference in Dublin Department of Foreign Affairs office he stated that the British wanted to go to phase two of the Brexit negotiations […]