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Votes for Life Bill makes progress: Statement by New Europeans

It is great news that the Overseas Electors Bill has now passed the Second Reading stage in the House of Commons. The Bill will abolish the arbitrary rule which bans UK voters overseas from voting in UK General elections after they have been abroad for period of 15 years or more.

UK could grant EEAS citizens same rights as EU nationals

The UK has outlined plans to grant residents from Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway similar rights post-Brexit as those from EU member states, writes Martin Banks in The Parliament Magazine.


On Saturday, 17 February, 1 Day Without Us held its second national day of action in solidarity with migrants in the UK. More than 60 events were organised across the country by 1DWU groups or by organisations and local groups acting under our umbrella.

Dutch citizens tip toe through the Brexit minefield

The 1929 Broadway smash hit "Tip Toe Thru' The Tulips" is still a popular song and has an obvious Dutch resonance. But this meeting was about tip toeing through the minefield that is Brexit.

British citizens in the Netherlands win chance to take their case to the ECJ

A court in the Netherlands has agreed to refer to the European Court of Justice, the case of five Britons who face losing their European citizenship rights due to the UK's vo

Stage now set for breakthrough solution to impasse on citizens’ rights

New Europeans have presented a breaktrough proposal to the current impasse on citizens' rights a a hearing called by the Committee on Employment and Social Affairs, the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs and the Committee on Petitions.

MEPs launch Friendship Group on Citizens' Rights

A group of MEPs have come together to provide a forum in the European Parliament to support the rights of EU citizens, particularly those whose citizenship rights are threatened such as EU27 citizens in the UK and Britons in the EU.   

Rule of law in Malta: MEPs demand police investigate all corruption allegations

Malta’s police must investigate all corruption allegations, particularly at the highest political level, to end the perceived impunity in the country, MEPs say.

European Parliament votes to reduce in size after Brexit

On Tuesday the European Parliament’s Constitutional Affairs Committee voted on the new distribution of the European Parliament’s seats for 27 Member States, after the UK’s departure, for the next legislative mandate from 2019-2024.

A New Beginning: Movement for Unity in Politics in the UK!

Wow! what a wonderful historical moment in which to be present as we launched the ‘Movement for Unity in Politics’ in the UK on January 20th at the Centre for Unity (CFU), in Welwyn Garden City. As people from various walks of life arrived there was a great sense of hope for what was about to start.

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