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Following the July deadline for applications, the European Council have revealed that eight cities -Luxembourg, Brussels, Dublin, Frankfurt, Paris, Prague, Vienna and Warsaw- have bid for the privilege of hosting …
Since Brexit there has been much made of the rise of populism. There has been a perception that populism is on the rise across Europe since the financial crash of …
Short-termism and micromanagement fails to deal even with basic standards - it's time to re-order executive responsibilities
The early election of the UK parliament didn't turn out to be a problem-solver as planned
The Brexit fear that came true
There is no doubt that the political status quo in Europe is changing amazingly fast raising concerns at the same time about the stability of the political system in many…
The “EU project” will continue to exist and play a crucial role for the European continent and the world, but Britain will be a simple observer.
The economic consequences of leaving the EU will depend on what policies the UK adopts following Brexit. But lower trade due to reduced integration with EU countries is likely to cost the UK economy far more than is gained from lower contributions to the EU budget.
What is next for the UK and the EU?
Britain votes to leave
A caricature of Brexit
How can a potential Brexit and the independence of Catalonia impact EU
OneEurope UK recently met at the Houses of Parliament to discuss the campaign to keep the UK in Europe
Uncovering the inaccuracies and myths behind some of the most frequent eurosceptic arguments against EU membership
OneEurope is keen to encourage a robust debate on the future of Britain in the EU. The article below by Young Eurosceptics makes the case against EU membership.
What is the British identity and how can it relate to the European Union? Being geographically part and at the same time separated from the continent, it may be stated that Britain maintained quite a detached attitude towards it due to its island identity.
OneEurope contributor Rob Heslop argues that British PM David Cameron should accept Guy Verhofstadt's invitation to address the European Parliament on his proposals for EU reform.
The latest polls reveal how the British people continue to support the EU.
The UK has been at the forefront of some of the EU's greatest successes and it is time the public were made aware of this.
Exploring the influence of the right-wing media on our perception
In response to a recent article published on OneEurope about the reasons behind the calls for Brexit, Rob Heslop addresses some of the most common myths and misconceptions about the EU and its relationship with Britain.
What is driving the anti-EU and no campaign in the Brexit referendum?
If you think the UK is better off in the EU, check out "Remain Great, Remain In".
Would an EU exit really solve Britain’s immigration problems?
Whatever the result, the Scottish Independence Referendum will have very significant geopolitical, economic, regional and political effects on Europe.