Will Italy’s coronavirus epidemic fuel the far right?

By |april 18th, 2020|coronavirus, Enrico Letta, eurosceptism, far right, Giorgia Meloni, Giuseppe Conte, Italy, Matteo Salvini, News|

Italy is staring down the barrel of the worst recession since World War II, which could bolster the far-right and damage the country's love affair with the European Union, analysts say.

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Coronavirus exit: Re-inventing the EU supply chain

By |april 14th, 2020|coronavirus exit, Eastern Europe, economic crisis, eurosceptism, Eurozone, News, non-eurozone|

This crisis is also teaching us logistical lessons, and particularly the need to produce things at home or closer to home. Eastern Europe remains competent and cheaper, and can make the difference in the EU supply chain, writes Radu Magdin.

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Four major EU countries in favour of joint asylum policy for refugees -poll

By |junij 27th, 2018|asylum policy, Avaaz, Dublin regulation, EU Council Summit, eurosceptism, migration crisis, News, Refugees|

In a wide-ranging opinion poll on migration led by Avaaz, the citizens of four major EU countries overwhelmingly said they were in favour of solidarity and a joint European asylum policy for refugees.

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Presidents, elections and grey-haired men

By |maj 29th, 2018|ALDE, EPP Group, European Commission president, eurosceptism, leadership, Michel Barnier, News|

With a year to go until the European Parliament elections and the appointment of a new European Commission, the EU is yet again at a crossroads. But unlike Robert Johnson, the EU is unlikely to sell its soul to play a mean guitar, writes Tom Parker.

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Commission defends controversial Selmayr promotion

By |marec 26th, 2018|Angela Merkel, Emmanuel Macron, European elections, European Parliament, eurosceptism, Günther Oettinger, Ingeborg Gräßle, Martin Selmayr, News, Sophie in 't Veld|

The European Commission on Sunday (25 March) insisted the controversial promotion of President Jean-Claude Juncker's top aide was "in full compliance" with rules, and not even a promotion, despite a growing cronyism row.

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Parliament’s free Interrail plan replaced by smaller €2.5 million travel fund for teenagers

By |marec 27th, 2017|CO2 emissions, CO2 targets, eurosceptism, Interrail, Karima Delli, manfred weber, News, railways, transport emissions, Violeta Bulc|

MEPs are annoyed that a European Commission proposal to hand out €2.5 million to fund young students' travel around Europe will only receive a fraction of the budget they wanted.

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