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Interview on Scottish Referendum - REN TV, 18 September 2014

Roger Casale was interviewed by Lisa Gerson of REN TV, a private Russian TV station, about the Scottish referendum and Europe.

Launch of VoteDenied recommendations - European Citizens Abroad, 11 July

Following reports of EU citizens being denied the vote in the European elections in May, New Europeans has launched its recommendations.

Migrant Advisory Committee report - British Influence, 8 July

The government's Migration Advisory Committee has released it's long-awaited report into low-skill migration in the UK.  

New Europeans' evidence raised at Select Committee inquiry - BBC Democracy, 3 July 2014

As part of its inquiry into voter engagement in the UK, the Political and Constitutional Reform Select Committee took evidence from the Electoral Commission on 3rd July.

Our new campaigns - Algarve Daily News, 29 Jun. 2014

New Europeans is reaching out to the British expat community in Europe, not least because their votes in an in/out refrendum on Britain's membership of the EU could be decisive.

Free movement is here to stay - The Observer, 8 Jun. 2014

New Europeans wrote to the Observer to champion free movement and the rights of European citizens who live outside their home member states.

Is Cameron shifting right on migration? - Polish Daily News, 5 Jun. 2014

This article and interview with Roger Casale was first published by Polish Daily News, 5 Jun. 2014

EU citizens claim UK denied them a vote - Huffington Post, 23 May 2014

Our partners European Citizens Abroad were quick to notice that many EU citizens were reporting that they had been denied the vote at the European elections in the UK.

Why is racism the biggest debate in the European elections? - Huffington Post, 22 May 2014

Oana Romocea continues her series in the Huffington Post with an article about how racism came to dominate the European

Interview with Roger Casale (in Bulgarian and English) - Duma , 22 May 2014

Roger Casale was interviewed by the award-winning Bulgarian journalist Velislva Dareva for the publication Duma in Bulgaria.
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