#OwnTheFuture: Making Technology Work for Europe

#OwnTheFuture: Making Technology Work for Europe


The European Liberal Forum, together with our 47 member organisations, works all over Europe to bring new ideas into the political debate ...
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 ...
Putting due diligence at the heart of sustainable business

Putting due diligence at the heart of sustainable business


The European Commission is set to table a draft law by the end of June that will require companies to ensure that their supply chains are ...
Spain announces football match with ‘territory of Kosovo’

Spain announces football match with ‘territory of Kosovo’


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Eyeing EU stimulus, Bulgarian parties pledge green transformation

Eyeing EU stimulus, Bulgarian parties pledge green transformation


Bulgarian political parties are showing an uncharacteristic interest in green policies ahead of elections on April 4, not least because t ...
UK to increase nuclear stockpile

UK to increase nuclear stockpile


Britain is to announce an increase to its nuclear weapons stockpile as part of a wide-ranging review of security, defence and foreign pol ...
EU Presidency: Council meeting on migration ‘extremely constructive’

EU Presidency: Council meeting on migration ‘extremely constructive’


EU foreign and home affairs ministers had an “extremely constructive” joint meeting on Monday that gives confidence that progress can be ...
EU launches lawsuits against UK over Irish border

EU launches lawsuits against UK over Irish border


The EU launched legal proceedings against Britain on Monday (15 March), alleging that London had broken a protocol of its Brexit divorce ...
Time for Boris to stop ‘passing the buck’

Time for Boris to stop ‘passing the buck’


Bluster, bluff and a freewheeling approach to facts have been the hallmark of the attitude of Boris Johnson to the problems Brexit posed ...
Merkel’s CDU suffers record defeats in regional elections

Merkel’s CDU suffers record defeats in regional elections


German Christian Democrats (CDU) suffered record defeats in two regional elections on Sunday (14 March) amid voter anger over a sluggish ...
The Brief, powered by amfori – EU’s ‘toolbox fetishism’

The Brief, powered by amfori – EU’s ‘toolbox fetishism’


Next to the rule of law dilemma, growing assaults on media freedom are posing another test for the EU’s resolve and unity. The question i ...