New France-UK cooperation plan to tackle illegal Channel crossings

By |januar 8th, 2019|border controls, Channel crossings, English Channel, French Minister of the Interior, French-British cooperation, Migration, News|

France and the United Kingdom are trying to stem the number of illegal crossings made by migrants across the Channel, with a new cooperation plan to be announced in the coming weeks. EURACTIV France reports.

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Northern Africa: Europe’s new border guard?

By |oktober 18th, 2018|border controls, disembarkation platforms, Egypt, immigration policy, Lybia, News|

As another EU summit gets underway, Leïla Bodeux and Davide Gnes wonder what values Europeans are willing to give up in order to stop migration.  

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If we fail to reform the Dublin Regulation, everybody loses – especially children

By |junij 22nd, 2018|Asylum seekers, border controls, child refugees, Dublin System, migrant children, migrant crisis, News, relocation, unaccompanied minors|

If European leaders won't agree on a working intra-European solidarity mechanism, Europe's free movement zone will be at risk and many more children will lose their lives trying to reach safety and shelter in Europe, writes Karen Mets.

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MEPs want to revive the Schengen area

By |junij 1st, 2018|Asylum seekers, border checks, border controls, Dublin regulation, European Parliament, freedom of movement, Frontex, future eu, migrants, News, Refugees, schengen area|

The European Parliament calls for the accession of Romania, Croatia and Bulgaria to the passport-free Schengen area, which has suffered setbacks with the reintroduction of internal border checks since 2015. EURACTIV.fr reports.

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EU Northern Ireland offer sparks Brexit war of words

By |februar 28th, 2018|border controls, Brexit, Customs Union, Good Friday Agreement, Michel Barnier, News, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Peace Process, Theresa May|

An EU proposal to avoid a hard border on the island of Ireland after Brexit has prompted a war of words between London and Brussels, with UK Prime Minister Theresa May saying it would threaten the “constitutional integrity” of the UK.

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Leak: ‘Temporary’ internal Schengen border checks could last four years

By |september 15th, 2017|Austria, border controls, Dimitris Avramopoulos, France, Germany, News, Schengen|

The European Union's executive offered initial backing yesterday (14 September) to a Franco-German proposal to allow more permanent border checks within the bloc's Schengen free-travel zone.

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Hard border could spell the end for Northern Ireland’s dairy processors

By |avgust 31st, 2017|border controls, dairy, dairy products, Hard Brexit, Ireland, News, Northern Ireland|

Controls on the Irish border could make the island’s dairy industry “unworkable”, while tariffs could force Northern Irish milk processors out of business altogether, the sector has warned.

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Spanish MEP wants ‘migration-style’ controls on food imports at the EU border

By |avgust 23rd, 2017|border controls, CAP, cap and trade, CAP reform, Esther Herranz, Food safety, News, Partido Popular, pest controls, Spain, TTIP|

Spanish Partido Popular MEP Esther Herranz wants to harmonise the EU's border controls to protect food and plant products and prevent pests. EURACTIV’s partner EFEAgro reports.

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Irish PM warns turning goodwill into border solution looks ‘extremely difficult’

By |junij 28th, 2017|border controls, Brexit, Leo Varadkar, News, Northern Ireland, Theresa May|

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Wednesday (28 June) it will be practically and legally "extremely difficult" to find ways to maintain an open border with Northern Ireland after Brexit, even with the sympathy and goodwill of the European Union...

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Slovenia says tougher EU border checks ‘unacceptable’

By |april 10th, 2017|Andrej Plenković, border controls, Croatia, Miro Cerar, News, Schengen, Slovenia|

Newly-introduced tougher checks on the EU's external borders aimed at stopping suspected Islamist fighters from Iraq and Syria are "unacceptable" and should be amended, Slovenian Prime Minister Miro Cerar said yesterday (9 April).

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