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Britain, Politics

Britain’s leadership crisis comes at the worst possible time

Extraordinary times call for extraordinary leaders. Britain is undoubtedly living in extraordinary times ‒ in about 660 days’ time, ready

Britain, Politics

Britain’s election makes Brexit threat real

It’s all over – and heads are being scratched in London and Brussels. In London, the feeling is ‘how did

Britain, Politics

Five thoughts on the Cameron-Miliband ‘debate’

1. Mission Accomplished (I): Cameron survives (mostly) intact A Prime Minister, having to defend a record, is naturally on the

Britain, Europe, Politics

A big six weeks for Britain… and Europe

An extraordinary election approaches, but traditions die hard in the United Kingdom. Today, the 55th parliament of the United Kingdom

Europe, Politics

Review of the Year: 15 key dates in Europe’s Year of Change

That was the year that was… Europe Decides Review of the Year has fifteen key images and events from Europe’s

Europe, In the media, Politics

EMMA Magazine: A new dawn for Europe?

A grey-haired 59-year-old Luxembourger who has been a prime minister for nearly two decades may appear to be an unlikely

Europe, Politics

Herman’s checklist: finding a balance for the EU’s top jobs

A big week, and a careful balancing act This time next week, Angela Merkel will be celebrating her sixtieth birthday – and

Britain, Europe, Politics

Five days on from the election: five reflections on the Commission presidency

That was the week that was: an odd few days where the European People’s Party won the European Parliament elections, but was also the

Britain, Europe, Politics

Pollwatch 2014 – tracking opinion polls on the European elections

In the lead up to the 2014 European Parliament elections, Burson-Marsteller / Europe Decides joined forces with Votewatch Europe to

Britain, Europe, Politics

Different states of independence

One of the quirky sub-plots of this year’s European Parliament elections is that the success of one ‘independence’ movement could inadvertently boost