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Coronavirus: What’s happening in Europe

By |marec 6th, 2020|Breaking, coronavirus, COVID-19, Health, Latest, News, Updates|

The COVID-19 novel coronavirus is spreading through Europe. Apart from the health risk, it is also forcing businesses, as well as EU institutions, to cancel travel and public events and switch to teleworking, in the hope of slowing the epidemic....

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EU’s big budget battle

By |februar 20th, 2020|Charles Michel, cohesion funds, common agricultural policy, EU Priorities 2020, European Green Deal, friends of cohesion, Frugal 4, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News|

Leaders of the EU27 hold a special summit to debate the bloc's 2021-27 budget, in an effort to meet the tightening deadlines, fill the financial gap left by Brexit and reconcile vastly different positions of the member states.

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EU faces tough post-Brexit test with 2021-2027 budget

By |februar 19th, 2020|Charles Michel, cohesion policy, common agricultural policy, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News|

Unlike national governments who adopt budgets every year, EU finances cover a seven-year period and need to be agreed by all 27 member states. The bloc’s next budget, the first after Brexit, will be debated by EU leaders on Thursday...

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The Brief – Could the EU follow the fate of Yugoslavia?

By |januar 30th, 2020|News, The Brief|

For all of us who lived through the collapse of Yugoslavia, the moment when the Slovenian delegation walked out on a 1990 Communist Party congress in Belgrade stayed ingrained in our collective consciousness. The emotional scenes witnessed in the Europ...

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Slovenia’s PM resigns, early elections loom

By |januar 27th, 2020|Janez Janša, Marjan Sarec, News, Slovenia|

Slovenian Prime Minister Marjan Šarec stepped down on Monday (27 January) and suggested calling early elections, saying his minority five-party government was unable to pass important legislation through a parliament it did not control.

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LEAK: EU must step up Single Market enforcement, states tell Commission

By |januar 22nd, 2020|EU single market, News, non-compliance, Von der Leyen Commission|

The European Union must step up the application and enforcement of Single Market law or risk losing ‘credibility and effectiveness’, according to a leaked paper to the EU executive signed by 14 member states.

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The Brief, powered by BP – Welcome to uncharted territory

By |december 13th, 2019|News, The Brief|

It is not often that we knowingly witness history in the making before our own eyes, but today we've had one of those moments.

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EU leaders congratulate Johnson but warn of more hard work ahead

By |december 13th, 2019|Boris Johnson, Charles Michel, Leo Varadkar, manfred weber, News|

EU leaders put on a brave face on Friday (13 December) and congratulated Boris Johson on his resounding victory in the UK elections, which means he will take the country out of the EU next month after three years of Brexit frustrations.

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Spain’s king taps Socialist Sanchez to form government

By |december 12th, 2019|Ciudadanos, King Felipe, News, Pedro Sanchez, PSOE, Spain|

Spain's King Felipe VI has tasked acting Socialist Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez to form a government after the country's second inconclusive election in less than seven months, EURACTIV’s partner EFE reported.

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AS IT HAPPENED: EU leaders discuss budget, climate change

By |december 12th, 2019|Charles Michel, EU summit, European Green Deal, Just transition, News, Von der Leyen Commission|

EU27 leaders meet in Brussels on 12-13 December to discuss the bloc's next seven-year budget and ways to financially sweeten its 'green component', in order to meet the new European Commission's top priority of making the EU climate-neutral by 2050.

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