Comment: EU membership crucial to the Irish peace-process, says Kenny

The Irish Taoiseach (Prime Minister), Enda Kenny, announced at a press conference at 10 Downing Street on Tuesday that EU membership is crucial to Anglo-Irish relations and a Brexit would not only disrupt trade between the Republic of Ireland and Great Britain, but would also disrupt the Northern Irish peace process, which began in 1998. […]

Analysis: December European Council Summit

Thursday saw the beginning of the December European Council Summit – the most important council of the Union, which sees of European leaders the likes of Council President Donald Tusk, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande, and British Prime Minister David Cameron among a series of other notables seated at its dinner table. […]

Comment: EU referendum timetable now clear

The Prime Minister has returned from the Brussels European Council noting good progress in the renegotiation of the terms of our membership of the European Union (EU). Although there will still be difficulties, the Prime Minister wants a deal and he is in a hurry to do so. It seems a deal will very likely […]

Report: Visiting the Polish Embassy with the European Movement

On 1 December, I had the pleasure of being hosted at the Polish Embassy by His Excellency, Ambassador Witold Sobków, along with other members of the London European Movement, for an evening of discussing the Polish take on Britain’s EU negotiations. It was interesting to see Europe, and question of whether Britain should stay in Europe, […]