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FRANKLY SPEAKING | Don’t start Brexit talks with a clash on cash
The eyes of the world will soon be on the Brexit negotiations, amid widespread fears that they may end in a 'train crash'.
EYL40 alumna Jamila Aanzi writes on migrants' role in the upcoming Dutch elections.
Next month's sixtieth anniversary of the Treaty of Rome is shaping up to be a political embarrassment.
Donald Trump’s ‘Muslim Ban’ has been widely condemned internationally. But are European cities taking the right approach to refugees?
EYL alumna Elena Alfaro Martinez writes on Europe's need for a data-driven economy and gives 10 recommendations.
The UK's Supreme Court made a clear, and expected, judgment today: a bill must go to Parliament.
It’s time to start practicing the necessary art of say no to spreading hate. It won’t be easy, but many people are taking up the challenge.
People today find it much easier to look for a job abroad than before, former EYL Michael Printzos writes.
It is important to recognise that the European project is a success, writes former EYL Jens Spahn.
The British were never believers in the European dream, and from London’s standpoint, Brexit is all about defending its commercial interests.