Portugal will ‘do everything’ to ensure health passport by June

Portugal will ‘do everything’ to ensure health passport by June


The Portuguese presidency of the EU will “do everything possible” to ensure that the legislative process for the implementation of a COVI ...
Former IMF chief Rato faces fresh fraud accusations in Spain

Former IMF chief Rato faces fresh fraud accusations in Spain


The former managing director of the International Monetary Fund, Rodrigo Rato, is facing fresh allegations from Spanish anti-corruption p ...
Lisbon, Brussels want citizens to participate now in Conference on the Future of Europe

Lisbon, Brussels want citizens to participate now in Conference on the Future of Europe


The Portuguese presidency of the Council and the European Commission today indicated that it wants citizens to start participating in the ...
Five things to know about virus-dominated Dutch vote

Five things to know about virus-dominated Dutch vote


Dutch voters go to the polls on Wednesday (17 March) for the last day of a three-day parliamentary election, in which Prime Minister Mark ...
‘Innovative ways’ of evading responsibilities for refugees

‘Innovative ways’ of evading responsibilities for refugees


A regrettable result of the EU-Turkey Statement from 2016 is that the model continues to serve EU member states seeking innovative ways t ...
Spanish deputy PM quits to stand in Madrid election

Spanish deputy PM quits to stand in Madrid election


Spanish Deputy Prime Minister Pablo Iglesias announced his resignation from the post earlier this week in a bid to unite regional forces ...
UK gives priority to Indo-Pacific region as part of foreign policy revamp

UK gives priority to Indo-Pacific region as part of foreign policy revamp


The UK is set to shift its focus from Europe to the Indo-Pacific region as part of a planned revamp of its foreign, trade and defence pol ...
New French dictionary reflects rise of African speakers

New French dictionary reflects rise of African speakers


France has long defended the purity of its language with an official list of permitted words, but the launch of a new online dictionary w ...
Controversial lobbyists raise eyebrows in Strasbourg

Controversial lobbyists raise eyebrows in Strasbourg


A non-profit group has been raising eyebrows in the Council of Europe for its questionable lobbying activities, a British lawmaker told E ...
Poland, Hungary win court fight against EU Commission over turnover taxes

Poland, Hungary win court fight against EU Commission over turnover taxes


Europe’s top court ruled on Monday (16 March) that Polish and Hungarian taxes on turnover targeted by the EU Commission for giving an unf ...
Council of Europe voices concern on Polish media laws

Council of Europe voices concern on Polish media laws


Europe’s top human rights body on Tuesday (16 March) voiced concern over two draft media laws in Poland and warned about the possible “su ...
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