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Should the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece?

Should the Elgin Marbles be returned to Greece?

The Elgin Marbles  also known as the Parthenon Marbles, are a collection of Classical Greek art made under the supervision of the architect and sculptor Phidias and his assistants. 

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The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The strategic History of Terrorism: Analyzing the past and planning the future

The study of terrorism as a method of achieving strategic objectives has seen a generous number of disputes over the years from different scholars, mostly on the issue of defining …

Theocharis Livanos on

Britain Stronger in Europe

Britain Stronger in Europe

Britain's Place in Europe

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EU and UK flags

Yes to Europe: Dismissing the Eurosceptic Claims

Uncovering the inaccuracies and myths behind some of the most frequent eurosceptic arguments against EU membership

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Graphic visualising the response, when British people were asked to finish the sentence: "The UK's closest ties should be to..." (results in %).

No Country is an Island

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.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron

Mr Cameron, dare you catch the train to Brussels? You might find unexpected allies.

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.

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Brexit

Brexit: Debunking the Myths

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.

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The British EU Referendum will define the future of the UK and of the European Union.

Campaign to keep the UK in the EU

If you think the UK is better off in the EU, check out "Remain Great, Remain In".

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Inspiring Migrant Woman Conference

‘Inspiring Migrant Woman Conference’

We all have a story worth telling, and each of us is a storyteller. Powerful stories told by migrant women to inspire and pursue your dreams, craft your future, and love your life.

Kinga Natalia Kuchta on

Horizon 2020

British Universities – Closer to the EU?

OneEurope contributor Ana Oliveira reports from a recent networking event with prominent British university leaders and senior EU officials hosted by the British Embassy in Brussels.

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Trust in the government and the business sector is falling.

Infographic: Global Trust Levels

Trust levels in many governments are very loew

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Books Published in Europe

Books Published Per Capita

Britain is leading by far in terms of books published in Europe.

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Driverless Cars include much more technology than traditional cars.

Driverless Cars in Europe - from 2015!

Britain will introduce driverless cars in a couple of months, and the rest of Europe will follow soon after.

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Brexit is a sensitive issue in Britain

British Euroscepticism and Immigration

Would an EU exit really solve Britain’s immigration problems?

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Infographic revealing the results of the Scottish referendum by region.

Referendum Aftermath: Seeking a different type of Society in Scotland

What does the Scottish referendum result mean and what will its effects be on Britain and Europe?

Katarzyna Nazarewicz on

UK Young Ambassadors participate in the Structured Dialogue process – a process which takes place across the European Union whereby young people and decision makers work together on improving youth policy.

Spotlight on the Young Ambassadors

"A respectable 41% of 18-25s in the UK remain in favour of our continuing European membership (vs. 32% against)"

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Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

Former French PM to Britain: "Get out of EU!"

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The Great War’s Legacy

The Great War’s Legacy

A Century Later - How Do We Remember World War I?

Hallvard Barbogen on

Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

Romanians and Bulgarians: Welcome in the UK?

On the 1 January 2014, Romanians and Bulgarians will have the same right to work as Poles did about a decade earlier.

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#Infographic - Seeing the World through British eyes

#Infographic - Seeing the World through British eyes

Does the Media portray the World fairly, democratically and in a balanced way? This map is quite revealing as to the focus of British media producers.

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Bank bonus capping

Bank bonus capping

Will the capping of bankers’ bonuses lead to mass exodus from London? The Brits fought a lonely battle in the Council and lost.

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Under growing pressure of eurosceptic segments inside his party, Cameron needs to gain back a stronger weight in the discussion on where his party is heading towards, if he wants to stay in power.

Cameron's Temptation

Under the growing pressure of eurosceptics inside his party, David Cameron has to find ways to shape his profile for the upcoming elections. Might he turn popular and eurosceptic? Or …

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One or two things from Euroscepticland (aka Britain) - Part 2

One or two things from Euroscepticland (aka Britain) - Part 2

For the second part of her blog series about euroscepticism Sofi couvot explores and analyses how inconsistent the anti-EU narrative can be.

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"...we resolved our bout of Euro-phobia in the 1980s. We took on the disease, rooted it out, and became a strong, modern party as a result.... In government it has delivered higher living standards, better working conditions and a stronger political voice in the world for the British people." David Milliband - Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs from 2007 to 2010.

"British Euro-skepticism": Dispelling the Myth

"...we resolved our bout of Euro-phobia in the 1980s. We took on the disease, rooted it out and became a strong, modern party as a result.."

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