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All aboard the EU gravy train as the new commission confirmed

Meet the commissioners the 'best of a bad lot' controversy, scandal including the appointment of the former boss of Atos now running the internal...

How Swinson betrayed Remainers 29 times- It’s not ‘remain’ she wants, its power

Jo Swindon's Christmas wish yet another coalition with the Tory's Out of these 29 separate important votes relating to Brexit and the EU, Swinson abstained...

UK ignores EU disciplinary action over failure to appoint commissioner

EU Commission set a deadline of Friday midnight for the British government to respond. The U.K. government is refusing to respond to an EU disciplinary...

Labour’s Manifesto: Lost opportunities, lost possibilities

The launch of Labour’s Manifesto today only intensifies a tragic sense of missed opportunity. Instead of sailing into battle with the wind behind us in...

Labour announces ‘manifesto of hope’

Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to take on “vested interests” in society as he set out a radical programme to invest in public services, tackle...

Maltese tycoon held over murder of anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

Malta: police detained one of the country's most prominent businessmen on Wednesday in connection with an investigation into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana...

European Parliament approves Atos Boss Thierry Breton for EU Commissioner

The European Parliament approved French Commissioner-designate Thierry Breton as EU Commissioner for the Internal Market portfolio on Thursday. MEPs on have confirmed Thierry Breton, France’s...

Germany narrowly avoids recession

GDP figures released this morning show Germany has narrowly avoided slipping into recession. The Federal Statistical Office announced this morning that the economy had grown...

Brexit: Atos Boss EU Commission nominee gets green light on finances

The European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee today approved the financial declaration of Atos boss Thierry Breton, France's nominee for the European Commission. Atos Boss controversially...

Israeli settlement products must be clearly labelled, rules European court

The European Union’s top court has ruled that EU countries must oblige retailers to identify products made in Israeli settlements with special labels, in...

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