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

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

Eyes on Sanchez heading to general elections in April while PSOE fights between right wing and Catalan independentists

Madrid, 9 March  – El Día Internacional de la Mujer  has been also the day of relaunch and hope for the Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez, … 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

Tragic no deal impact assessment issued right on time to prevent defections from hard Brexiteers, while keeping calm the opposition with three options: everything to stay in power.

London – Few hours after allowing a vote on no deal and a possible ‘short’ extension of Art 50 in what can be … 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