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  • 18 Março | 2019
    Tweets of the Week: Brexit, Hungary, and Tajani

    It’s Brexit forever, a billboard endeavour, and Tajani’s less than clever. This week we’re supported by... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    ‘Juncker started the fight with Orbán’

    Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker was the one who picked a fight with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    EU warns Brexit extension cannot be taken for granted

    The European Union executive said on Thursday (14 March) Britain will have to justify any request to postpone Brexit... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    Orbán apologises to EPP leaders he called ‘useful idiots’

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has apologised to European conservative parties for calling them "useful... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    May to request Brexit delay after MPs back extension

    The UK will formally request a delay to its exit from the EU after the House of Commons overwhelmingly endorsed an... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    Return of refugees to Syria timidly comes on the agenda

    Key speakers at a Brussels-held conference dedicated to Syria made first timid references on Thursday (14 March) to... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    The Brief – Tajani’s blunder, part II

    In February we wrote ‘Tajani’s blunder’, when the president of the European Parliament got involved in a controversy... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    Parliament rejects opening trade talks with Trump

    The European Parliament failed to pass a resolution on Thursday (14 March) supporting the start of negotiations with... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    Outraged reactions in France as Germany’s CDU disavows Strasbourg

    The president of Germany's ruling CDU party considers the European Parliament's presence in Strasbourg to be an “... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    NATO assessing Huawei security risk, Stoltenberg says

    NATO is aware of the potential "security implications" of Chinese 5G infrastructure and is currently conducting an... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    EU country briefing: Croatia

    Croatia is the EU´s youngest member, having only joined in 2013 following a referendum in the country in which 66%... ver

  • 18 Março | 2019
    EU Parliament unwilling to reject Commission’s biofuel criteria

    Despite a strong negative reaction from EU farmers and industry, the European Parliament does not seem likely to... ver

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