Tag Archives: European Union

Roam freely

This month, June 2017, mobile network service providers aim to remove roaming charges throughout the Europe Union. This seems to mean telephone calls,    ... more

Pursuing independence

The Government of Catalonia – the Northeastern part of Spain, formed by the Catalan European Democratic Party (PDeCAT) and the Republican    ... more

Derived rights

Based on a recent ruling of the European Court of Justice (ECJ), a third-country national may, as the parent of a minor    ... more

A business manifesto

With the UK at a crossroads, facing Brexit negotiations and the adoption of new technologies with potential to define prosperity for    ... more

Progress for the population

Recently, the Article 50 bill was cleared, in essence allowing PM Theresa May to instigate proceedings to withdraw Britain from the    ... more

250.000 lights for justice

For eight consecutive days, Romanians have taken to the streets in response to the newly appointed Government’s plan to relax the    ... more

#GenerationChange

On Sunday, December 11th, Romanians from all over the world had the chance to vote in the country’s parliamentary election and select    ... more

A climate for change

Following the election of Donald Trump last week, many treaties and policies may have been suggested for reform and adjustment, some    ... more

Walking in new shoes

Speaking at the Conservative Party Conference last week, Theresa May, Britain’s Prime Minister, announced plans to invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon    ... more

Maintaining Northern connections

Norway and Europe may have a unique relationship in comparison to other countries which are tied to the European Union. With    ... more

The changing face of politics

Spanish political party Podemos has vowed to gain more votes in national polls this year than the ruling Popular Party (PP)    ... more

Glancing at the future

Thursday May 7th is to see the General Election in the United Kingdom and may see a new government elected. Looking    ... more

The changing face of marriage

The 22nd of May aims to be the day to hold the referendums on marriage and the age of Presidential candidates    ... more

The race for election

The people of the United Kingdom are to vote for a new government on May 7th in what may be one    ... more

The coalition election

The prospect of coalitions is fast becoming an increasingly pertinent part of the United Kingdom’s general election campaign. Labour party leader    ... more

A delicate truce

The withdrawal of weapons from the frontline by the Ukrainian Army in the East has boosted the outlook for a lasting    ... more

Opportunity for reform

Greece has agreed to submit a preliminary list of economic reforms to its creditors for this morning which may form the    ... more

Stability within the EU

The Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called for a bridging loan instead of an international extension on the repayment of    ... more

Economic prosperity potential

As political parties position themselves ahead of the election, John Cridland, CBI Director-General, has spelled out in his New Year message    ... more

Swiss referendum may alter EU perspective

The results of a referendum in Switzerland that proposed to maintain immigration to 0.2% of the population has seen about 74%    ... more

Building British infrastructure

China is planning massive investment in the UK infrastructure by 2025, as Beijing seeks a haven for outbound investment, according to    ... more

Prosperity living

The CBI, the Confederation of British Industry, has called for the implementation of childcare subsidies and tax reductions for working families    ... more

Financial progression

According to the European Commission, the economy in the UK is forecast to grow by 2.5 percent in 2015. The British    ... more

Economic immigration contribution

According to a recent European Commission report, the current UK immigration policy is mostly beneficial to the country. In the report,    ... more

Advancing business exportation

A YouGov report reveals that six in ten small businesses (SME’s) expect to be exporting by 2016, a 20 percent increase    ... more

The European Union: a guardian for human rights

The European Union may be one of the true safeguards of our democracy. It may be hailed as an example that    ... more

Great destination for history enthusiasts

European leaders have nominated the new president of the European Commission: Jean-Claude Juncker. He was prime minister of Luxembourg from 1995    ... more