Category Archive: EU

Citizens of the world, unite! Why I care so much about brexit

As the UK triggers Article 50 today and starts to leave the EU, a phrase I thought I had left behind popped into my mind: ‘third culture kid’. It describes those who moved between… Continue reading

Ireland: Vote Yes to Equality

I’m voting Yes to marriage equality in the Irish referendum on the 22nd of May. If you’re Irish and haven’t registered yet then get registered! Seriously, you only have until May 6th.

GOOGLE ADCAMP EMEA 2014

This guest blog post first appeared on Google’s student blog here, as well as across Google’s social media and email newsletters. Its aim was to promote one of Google’s student annual student events in a fun way. I sourced the… Continue reading

Sky News Project: Luxembourg & the EU

This is a short piece-to-camera Sky News asked me to make for a voice of Europe project they were working on. Although Sky News liked my contribution unfortunately the project itself was never… Continue reading

EU4U project

With a combined population of over 500 million inhabitants the European Union is a mind-boggingly bureaucratic and crazily complex confederation of 27 member states. With so much going on it’s no wonder many… Continue reading

Eurozone peril

The Eurozone economy has ground to a halt as figures released today show it has stagnated in the last few months of 2009. The collective economy of the 16 nations using the euro… Continue reading

New bankers’ bonuses regulation “destined to fail”

New European Union (EU) rules aimed at curbing bankers’ bonuses have sparked alarm in the City’s hedge fund industry which says there is no need for reform in their part of the banking… Continue reading