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  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    UK to ease customs checks on EU goods in event of no-deal Brexit

    Most goods arriving from the European Union will be allowed into Britain without full customs checks for at least... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Commission to rule on Czech PM conflict of interest ahead of EU elections

    Facing conflict of interest proceedings under tightened EU rules, billionaire Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš may... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    As EU-Arab summit approaches, more headaches than planned

    When plans for a summit between the European Union and the Arab League were first hatched last year, it was... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Poland reports atypical case of ‘mad cow disease’

    An atypical case of BSE -- commonly dubbed "mad cow disease" -- has been discovered in Poland, though the isolated... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Low carbon economy without a just transition risks adding fossil fuel to populist fire [Promoted content]

    Brussels has witnessed two sets of major demonstrations in recent weeks – those by students concerned with climate... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Europe’s most deprived areas ‘hit hardest by air pollution’

    Europe’s poorest, least educated and most jobless regions are bearing the brunt of the air pollution crisis,... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Increasing number of ‘yellow vest’ lists for European elections

    With the announcement of a third ‘yellow vest’ list for the European elections, the movement seems to be divided.... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    The Brief – Removing the EU’s straitjacket

    The Venezuelan crisis is the latest example of how the unanimity rule continues to hamper European leadership on... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    The role of ‘social Europe’ during the European Elections

    Social Europe still has to find its place in the future of the European project. If the social protection of... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    EU leaders recognise Guaido in Venezuela

    A dozen EU countries formally recognised Venezuela's opposition leader Juan Guaidó as the country's interim... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Germany’s coal phase out plans must accelerate to meet Paris goals

    Germany needs to phase out coal-fired power by 2030 in order to maximise the economic and social benefits of the... ver

  • 10 Fevereiro | 2019
    Merkel drops hint of a ‘creative’ Brexit Irish backstop compromise

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday (4 February) offered a way to break the deadlock over the United Kingdom’s... ver

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