Italy: Opposition call premier Conte to resign after Five Stars populists give up fight against far-right League to try staying afloat

Rome 7 August 2019 –  Italian senators voted against a motion put forward by anti establishment M5S which delegates to … More

The Brexit crisis has no borders: five stories of Brits in Italy to understand how Britain has changed

Three years since Brexit and British citizens living and working abroad are still living daily uncertainty risking their lives will be torn … More

#ReplyEUonGreta poll: we ask your views on what Greta asked the EU. Your answer is very important please post it on Twitter (watch videos)

London – Talk Europe  launched the poll #ReplyEUonGreta @TalkeuropeTweet. The Swedish 16 years old climate activist addressed the EU Committee on the Environment, Public … More

The fight for a truly democratic Britain has just started. Expats and EU citizens must have the right to vote

London – Undemocratic, this is the right word describing the British electoral system which excludes its citizens living abroad and … More

NatCen Social Research: only 7% think government has been handling negotiations well. A concerning figure: over one third of young population has no interest in Brexit at all.

London, 26 March 2019 – Fresh data from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) reveal only 7% of UK … More

Ten days to go: no hurry, first we must work out the core of the problem: Democracy, as Lab and Tories have no interest in tackling illegal electoral propaganda.

London, 19 March 2019 – Minus ten: Labour are engaging in talks, as if the country’s first urgency at less … More

London calls New York: how to reform the United Nations? The international think tank PS21 gathered experts at King’s College

London, 15 March 2019 – From the Security Council’s membership which should open the door to the increasingly powerful economies such … More

Costa’s resignations bravely unveil the hidden Tory policy of targeting EU citizens to gain political consensus and votes

London, 1 March 2019 – Forced resignations of Conservative MP Alberto Costa unveil much more than the usual reckless Tory politics we … More

Squeezed and disappointed middle class looking far and beyond polarised party politics – Opinium research puts the reality into figures: 50% of British voters want a new centre-ground party

London, 23 Feb. 2019 – If the political crisis due to Brexit might ever bring something positive to Britain, this … More

The Immigration Bill: the last blackmail to the EU and its citizens

London 29 Jan 2019 – The EU should not get back to negotiations with representatives of a government who is … More

The identity of a massacre: Amnesty International Mayfair and Soho names each victim of the violations of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights

  London – It’s the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The feeble light of the iconic candle of … More

The ‘fantastic’ G20 in one chart: over 840 million people live in poverty in the so called advanced economies. That’s two third of world total number of people in poverty (1.3 bln)

Numbers speak for themselves: over 840 million people live in poverty in the so called advanced economies. India alone counts … More