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Brexit news: Jersey chief HITS BACK after critical Brexit ‘misundersta…

In a stark warning to Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the EU, Deputy Ian Gorst said that Jersey was in control of its own fishing territory. Reports this week quoted EU sources who urged Britain to cede control of fishing waters to the EU

EU carbon market’s free handouts are impeding climate action, auditors…

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – The European Union should change the way it hands out free pollution permits in the bloc’s carbon market, which is failing to bring about deep cuts in emissions, EU auditors said. FILE PHOTO: The words “Knock out the toxic tonnes” are

‘Not in our name’: EU asked to leave a light on for Scotland over ille…

A LEADING Scottish pressure group has said it “disassociates itself rom the UK Government’s controversial bill which is set to break international law. The European Movement in Scotland has written to European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen this morning, as well as EU

Three Seas project development serves entire EU

Three Seas project development serves entire EU – president Adam Warżawa/PAP Polish President Andrzej Duda said that the development of the Three Seas project and cooperation within the initiative serve the entire EU. He made the statement while opening the Three Seas Stock Exchanges

EU will ‘close ranks’ in last weeks of Brexit talks – POLITICO

German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier | Pool photo by Christoph Soeder/AFP via Getty Images ‘Nobody should hope that the European Union will quarrel,’ Economy Minister Peter Altmaier says. By Jakob Hanke Vela 9/3/20, 3:17 PM CET Updated 9/3/20, 3:33 PM CET German Economy Minister

Experts Seek Blood Samples to Identify Kosovo War Missing

PRISTINA, Kosovo — The European Union’s mission in Kosovo on Sunday called on ethnic Albanians in the country to give blood samples to help identify the remains of people missing for more than two decades since they were taken away by Serb police and

EU eyes initial COVID-19 vaccination for at least 40% of population

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union nations, Britain and EU partners have agreed on a blueprint for a COVID-19 vaccination plan envisaging inoculation of at least 40% of their populations, a step that may set back the World Health Organisation’s own vaccine blueprint. FILE PHOTO:

EU at risk of collapse? Gisela Stuart unravels Brussels’ key to surviv…

The eurozone’s economic rebound from the coronavirus pandemic is losing steam after a few months of improvement, according to a survey of business activity. The IHS Markit flash composite purchasing managers’ index for the euro area fell to 51.6 in August, down from 54.9

Polish ‘LGBT-free’ town gets state financing after EU funds cut

WARSAW (Reuters) – A Polish town that lost European Union funding after it set up a zone free of “LGBT ideology” will receive government financial support, Poland’s justice minister said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: Pro-LGBT demonstrators hold a banner reading “We are humans” as

EU news: Verhofstadt brutally mocked after claiming EU is ‘full-blown …

Mr Verhofstadt took to Twitter to share his latest blog post on the website, in which he turns his attention to widespread protests against the rule of President Alexander Lukashenko after his controversial re-election last week. The former Belgian Prime Minister, who is