Earlier this summer Theresa May came to Italy on holiday where she made headlines for drunkenly singing ‘God Save Our Gracious Queen’ in a hotel bar. To me, this was a more honest Theresa than the one we saw yesterday.
Last week, during a day of action in London, British and Europeans mobilised together to protect their EU citizenship rights, turning anxiety into action.
An EU27 that doesn’t focus on more equality, more opportunities and more solidarity for its citizens, is an EU that risks repeating the same mistakes again that led to a decade of austerity and a vote to leave by one of its Member States. The Commission needs to understand this if it is to play the leading role that Juncker envisions.
With less than ten days to go before the German federal elections, the “Schulz train,” a popular meme from the beginning of the election campaign, has long since halted and the Social Democrats are now far behind the Christian Democrats in the polls.
Recent acts of dissent within Moria have met with harsh police violence, and few positive outcomes. So the Afghan protesters …
Rhineland, Germany. More than three thousand activists fighting for climate justice tried to close the coal mines and stop power plants. Riot police intervened.
The renovation of a medieval town centre is an invitation for Europe to reflect on its origins, and its future.