As part of our European Voices series, Europa United got the opportunity to speak with Anna Balez, founder of Tale Me, an exciting business that supplies maternity wear and children’s clothes on a rental basis. Tale Me was established with the support of the European Union. I came […]
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 is proud to announce that we have established a partnership with the pro-European Union organisation, New Europeans. New Europeans is a pan-Europe pro-European Union (EU) civil society organisation founded in June 2013 by former Member of the British Parliament (MP) for Wimbledon, Roger Casale. Founded and […]
Our friends in the European Federalist Party have released a press release in the wake of the surprise election of Donald Trump to the office of the President of the United States of America. We have republished it in its full content here and it has not been […]
While watching Gina Miller deliver her speech last Thursday, it occurred to me that for the first time in this wretched situation, Brexit has produced a real leader. And this woman is too good for the existing parties. What’s needed is a new one with people like Gina […]
It seems that following the dark cloud of the Brexit referendum, Britain doesn’t have many friends in Europe. However, Europa United editor Ken Sweeney believes that Ireland, once Britain’s greatest enemy, is now a close ally of those in the UK who wish to remain in the […]
Looking for something to celebrate this evening? Why not do as the Danes do and celebrate J-Day? So what is J- Day? Well, you won’t find it on any official calendar for Danish events or holidays, but it is certainly a big one for Danes. J-Day is a […]
The sensational announcement this morning that we had won our legal challenge against the use of the royal prerogative by the Government in relation to the triggering of Article 50 must be tempered by a dose of political realism. Firstly, the Government has already announced that it will […]