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Civil society leaders call for pan-European fringe festival - Brussels Times

Civil society leaders of twenty EU networks have renewed calls for free-standing and spontaneously organised events modelled on the world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival to mobilise EU citizens ahead of the planned Future of Europe Conference.  

"Corbyn ha fatto troppi sbagli, Johnson parla alla pancia" - AGI

Roger Casale, fondatore dell’organizzazione New Europeans che difende i diritti dei cittadini europei residenti nel Regno Unito e di quelli britannici residenti nei paesi Ue, è un ex parlamentare laburista alla Camera dei Comuni ed è per un quarto italiano (lo era uno dei suoi nonni).

Contro Boris il coraggio delle suffragette - Ytali

Roger Casale è un inglese dal cuore europeo. Di origini italiane, Casale è stato parlamentare laburista per il distretto di Wimbledon durante due mandati, dal 1997 al 2005, ai tempi d’oro in cui Tony Blair era prima ministro. 

Citizens’ rights ‘the great unvoiced issue’ in UK general election - Parliament Magazine

Campaign group New Europeans has teamed up with #EmilyMatters, a group of actors who perform as the suffragettes Emily Davison, Millicent Fawcett and Mary Leigh, to launch “Courage Calls: A Citizens’ Rights Manifesto for #the5million.”

No escape from the hostile environment - Euractiv

The UK’s offer of settled status to EU citizens may have seemed like a change of tack in its migration policy but there are many causes for anxiety, writes Roger Casale. Roger Casale is the founder and Secretary General of New Europeans.

Government’s handling of #DeniedMyVote scandal similar to Windrush, say campaigners - Left Foot Forward

A leading pro-EU campaign group is stepping up calls for a public inquiry into the #DeniedMyVote scandal, following fears that over a million EU citizens in the UK were deprived of a say in May’s European Parliament elections.

EU citizens' voting rights: ministers accused of ‘shocking complacency’ - The Guardian

The government has been accused of “shocking complacency” over the European election voting rights controversy as new data revealed that as few as one in 10 EU citizens were able to cast their vote in some areas of Britain.

Greek elections

The centre-right has regained power in Greece after a sweeping general election victory. The conservatives captured 39.8 per cent of the vote and 158 seats in the 300-member parliament, while Syriza, the leftwing party of Alexis Tsipras, took 31.5 per cent and gained 86 seats.

Brexit: a Green Card to stay in Europe - La Repubblica

During a ceremony hosted in the offices of the European Commission in Berlin on 3 June, Roger Casale, a former Labour MP and founder of the pro-EU New Europeans movement, received Schwarzkopf Europe from the hands of Martin Schulz, former President of the European Parliament Award.

One million EU citizens were deprived of vote in UK’s European elections - Euractiv

New evidence suggests the Conservative government in the United Kingdom systematically disenfranchised more than one million EU citizens and Brits abroad.
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