The uncertainty of Brexit is affecting all of the British Isles and there seems to be no way out for the regions who voted majority to remain. But what if there was an alternative in the form of a Celtic federation? Europa United editor Ken Sweeney is interested […]
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.
As Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab is set to arrive in Brussels on Tuesday, according to The Daily Telegraph, British cabinet papers indicate that the government is to take the unilaterally grant the 3.8 million EU nationals in the UK the right to stay. As part of its preparations for a […]
It has been an incredibly busy year so far for us at Europa United and the team is going to take some some time off for a short vacation. But before we do, Europa United’s Chief Editor Ken Sweeney has a few short words for all our readers. I […]
Following a Cabinet meeting at Derrynane in Co Kerry, Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced that the Government will hire over 1,000 new customs and veterinary inspectors before 2021 to administer at our ports and airports as Ireland prepares for a possible hard Brexit. Speaking a press conference after the meeting Mr […]
When it seems that it cannot get any worse, after a ‘successful’ jaunt though the British Parliament with a majority of only three votes, Theresa May’s customs bill proposals for Brexit went though with four amendments after some deliberation in an effort to keep the leave camp on board. […]
In the wake of what can only be described as a landslide victory for the Yes campaign in the referendum for the proposed change to the Constitution concerning the regulation of termination of pregnancy, a number of amazing realisations about the Irish democracy became clear to me today […]
According to a report by Irish state television broadcaster RTE, the British government proposal to adopt a UK-wide solution the Irish border problem has been flatly dismissed by an EU official yesterday (24 May). The recent Backstop arrangement which was agreed in December last year must apply to […]