Faced with the impending doom that has been peddled by the far right across the western political sphere, the citizens of Europe are falling for the age old trick of saying it enough times to make it real. But how can a state like the Netherlands, so long […]
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.
Europa United are proud to announce that we have teamed up with the organisers of the March For Europe Campaign which will culminate in a rally in Rome on March the 25th. For the past few years, Europe and in particular, the EU has been under tremendous pressure […]
The PSA Group, maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars, are rumoured to be in the process of buying General Motors’ (GM) loss-making European business Opel. Should a deal come to light, it will most certainly involve British based manufacturer Vauxhall, which currently has staff in the region of […]
I got the chance to catch up with Ralph Mesquita, a 25 year old Belgo-Brazilian ultra-runner who, in July of 2017, will be attempting to run from Nordkapp in Norway to Tarifa in Spain in less than 80 days. Ralph is keen to raise awareness for obesity and […]
At a speech at Bloomberg in London this morning, Tony Blair will declare his mission to persuade the UK to stay in the EU . Our partners, Roger Casale from New Europeans have issued this press release in advance and Roger, Marie-Noelle Loewe and Tom Brown from New […]
After many years of blocking, disputing and even outright obstruction from a region in Belguim it has been announced this week that CETA, the free trade agreement between Canada and the EU, has finally been passed. The European Union Parliament approved the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement 408 […]
As every day passes, it seems that we are now a divided society of those who subscribe to extreme elements of a socio-political line and those who are somewhere in the middle. While the extreme left are more engaging, the ever moving right seem to be so far […]