Eurosceptics

The Supreme Court judgement on Brexit to be announced

24.01.2017

Today, the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom will rule whether Parliament or ministers have the power to begin the Brexit process.

In November of last year, the High Court in London ruled that the Brexit procedure cannot be started without the approval of parliament. After the court statement, the government appealed to the Supreme Court.

European right parties to meet in Germany

20.01.2017

This Saturday, January 21st, a conference of the Europe of Nations and Freedom movement will take place in Kloblenz, Germany. The event will be attended by up to a thousand participants including the main Eurosceptic politicians from nine European states:  Marine Le Pen from the National Front; Marcel de Graaff from Partij voor de Vrijheid; Matteo Salvini from Lega Nord; Dr. Frauke Petry from Alternative for Germany, as well as other politicians. The conference will focus on the main problems of the European Union and solutions to them.

Britain chooses a “Hard Brexit”

19.01.2017

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the government’s plans for a full Brexit and plans for a new relationship with the European Union.

Theresa May has named specific next steps: withdrawing from the European market and canceling trade agreements, terminating the European Court's jurisdiction over the territory of the kingdom, and independent control over migration. However, the prime minister stressed the need for cooperation with the EU in the field of defense and security, particularly in combating terrorism and international crime.

Italy desperately needs change

07.12.2016

The whole of Italy was anxiously waiting for the results of the referendum. And when we understood that Matteo Renzi had lost, this was a triumph of the people. This is a very important moment for all Italians.