Report: Reforming the EU – update on Brexit negotiations progress

Reforming the EU – an institutional perspective On Wednesday, I had the pleasure of being hosted by Europe House with some other students, bankers, civil servants, charity workers, lobbyists and other members of public life, in order to hear an institutional perspective on the negotiations currently being led by the British government on reforming the […]

5 reasons why Londoners should care about the EU referendum

London is an amazing city. It’s a truly global city with every nationality and culture represented. This year it was once again crowned the world’s most visited city – beating our arch rivals, Paris. London is also a truly European capital – of the three million foreign-born residents in London at least 40% are from […]

Calm down all – We all have to wait until November to see Cameron’s wish list

Prime Minister David Cameron is walking on a dangerous hire wire rope ahead of the upcoming referendum. The PM attracts the attention of the UK, Member States, and EU officials on the EU membership referendum issue, raises question marks in minds about what areas he wants to negotiate with the EU, and gets people to […]

EU Referendum Campaigns Launch

The two LEAVE (OUT) and REMAIN (IN) campaigns have just been launched for the European Union (EU) referendum, now likely to take place in September 2016. In spite of several fringe sessions at the Conservative Party conference in Manchester and reports in the Sunday Telegraph (10 October), the Prime Minister continues to keep his detailed […]