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I gave a talk on the last year of EU politics at Acumen Public Affairs‘ fifth anniversary party. It covered everything from the Brussels lockdown to Grexit to Brexit, to … Continue reading
Norway will be on its last third of natural gas reserves by 2035, much of it in the Arctic, and almost all of it destined for the EU market, the … Continue reading
The European Commission today (26 January) said it could agree to a suspension of border-free travel in the Schengen zone of up to two years, and that nearly two thirds of … Continue reading
“Are we Schengen or not?” the Ghana-born mayor of Slovenian border-town Piran asked. “And if we are, why is the government putting up fences?”, he said, before warning that a … Continue reading
I am an experienced British journalist based in Brussels, and available for freelance journalism, writing, editing, media training and moderation. See my LinkedIn page for my CV and follow me … Continue reading
If you want a lively, engaging, insightful moderator for your panel debate, get in touch. I’ve moderated for companies such as Aviva, Pepsico, and GE Capital, for institutions including the London … Continue reading
New Energy and Climate Commissioner Miguel Cañete has defended his credentials to take the job, at his first appearance before reporters at the European Commission. His appointment sparked protests from campaigners and … Continue reading
Manchester City Football Club is considering challenging a record-breaking €60 million fine for breaching UEFA’s Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules, by using EU competition law to prevent cartels and abuse … Continue reading