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. […]
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.
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 […]
In a speech set to be delivered to her party members at the annual Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) conference today, its leader Arlene Foster will tell the conference that she believes in an open border for goods and people on the island of Ireland. This announcement, along with […]
When I get my daily dose of American news via the New York Times app, I cannot help but thank the universe that I am living in Europe. Because for all the current issues and crises we are experiencing, they pale into comparison when we look closely at the horrific […]
The Irish Government is today facing a crisis that could cause its collapse and lead the country into a pre-Christmas general election after a vote of no confidence was submitted by two of the opposition parties today against a government department minister. The submission was a no confidence motion […]