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The UK and EU - Taking A View From Stockholm

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Sometimes it's good to take a step to see things more clearly. I started writing this in Stockholm after being invited to the official election campaign launch for Sweden's Pirate Party. It was their success in '09 that kickstarted so much interest in the Pirate Party movement.

So it was good to take a moment to remember that.

But also it was worth taking a step away from the already poisonous atmosphere in the run up to the European elections in Britain. Other British party leaders chose to kick their campaigns off bickering with their enemies. We chose to kick it off talking with our friends out in Europe about what we have achieved.

And the Pirate Party has delivered way more for the British people than UKIP has for instance. And that's even without any British MEPs. Think what we could achieve with a candidate like Maria Aretoulaki in Brussels.

A Vision For Europe - Loz Kaye Joins Swedish Pirate Party EU campaign launch

Saturday, 5 April, 2014 - 09:00

The Pirate Party's Loz Kaye will be speaking at the launch of the Swedish Pirate Party's (piratpartiet) campaign for the May 2014 European Parliamentary Elections.  Speaking in Stockholm at 11:30 CET, he will be joined by Swedish party leader Anna Troberg and MEPs Christian Engström and Amelia Andersdotter.

PiratPartiet was founded in 2006 and its early successes and political aims inspired the rise of Pirate Parties with similar goals in Europe and around the world, as well as the formation of an international Pirate movement.

Assange - Sweden's Guarantees

Tuesday, 21 August, 2012 - 20:30

Time for clarity

Ed Geraghty made the following statement regarding the developments surrounding Julian Assange's ongoing fight to avoid his surrender by the UK to Sweden:

Supreme Court Rejects Assange Appeal

Thursday, 14 June, 2012 - 17:00

Ed Geraghty commented on the Supreme Court's rejection of the application by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to reopen his appeal against his extradition to Sweden:

"The case has brought the discussion about the issues with the European Arrest Warrant system and extradition more into the public eye, although many of the more problematic aspects from this case still remain unresolved."