Campaign group threatens to divert course of Rhine to block move of EP to Hamburg

In robust exchanges between Europa Union and New Europeans, claim and counter claim have fuelled speculation that the River Rhine could be diverted and the seat of the European Parliament moved to Hamburg.

There has to be a #compromise

Following the events in the House of Commons last week, New Europeans has repeated our call to MPs to back the compromise proposal put foward by our members in an open letter to Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn and the European Union on 4 February.

"Because they are Europeans" - Donald Tusk

Following a campaign by New Europeans and others, the European Union has emphasised once again that there must be European elections in the UK if Britain is still a member state on 23 May.

Italian MPs pledge support for Green Card for Europe campaign

Following the success of the hearing which took place at the European Parliament's Constitutional Affairs Committee on 18 March on the #EUGreenCard proposal, New Europeans has embarked on a series of briefings of national parliaments of EU member states to promote the initiative.

Labour set to endorse New Europeans' compromise proposal

When hundreds of grassroots activists from New Europeans put their names to a proposal to break the Brexit impasse, few would have thought their compromise plan would actually be taken up by MPs.

Brexit Fall Out - our conference report

On Wednesday 13 February, New Europeans together with The Federal Trust for Education & Research organised an event on the social and economic impact of Brexit.

Lord Mayor of Oxford tells Oxford European Association "Brexit is a disaster"

On 27 February 2019, the Oxford European Association, held a reception at Oxford Town Hall hosted by the Lord Mayor, Cllr Colin Cook.

Watford's getting a grip on Brexit

Inspiring, informative and very well attended! The ‘Brexit and You Q & A Session Event in Watford on 28 February was a huge success.

Brexit Drama Shines a Light on Plight of Citizens’ Rights

It’s become known as the “B word,” something not to be mentioned in polite company. But, no matter how hard you try, there’s no getting away from Brexit, the saga of a divorce seemingly made in hell.

EU moves unilaterally to protect citizens’ access to social security in case of no-deal Brexit

EU citizens in the UK and UK citizens in the EU 27 will keep their social benefits acquired before withdrawal in the event of a no-deal Brexit - unilateral guarantees

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