EU lawmakers recommend lifting immunity of Catalan MEPs

EU lawmakers recommend lifting immunity of Catalan MEPs


The European Parliament’s legal committee on Tuesday (23 February) voted to recommend lifting the immunity of three Catalan lawmakers wan ...
The Brief, powered by APPLIA – The price of unfinished business

The Brief, powered by APPLIA – The price of unfinished business


It would be something of an understatement to say that there have been a few teething problems in the first two months of the brave new E ...
Suspect in Daphne Caruana’s murder pleads guilty

Suspect in Daphne Caruana’s murder pleads guilty


One of three men accused of the 2017 assassination of Maltese anti-corruption journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia pleaded guilty Tuesday (2 ...
Six EU countries warned over border restrictions

Six EU countries warned over border restrictions


The European Commission said Tuesday (23 February) it has formally warned six EU countries that their virus-related border curbs could un ...
Czechia to sue Poland over illegal coal mining

Czechia to sue Poland over illegal coal mining


The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscrib ...
EU Commission warns of disorderly recovery from 2020 crisis

EU Commission warns of disorderly recovery from 2020 crisis


Not all EU countries will recover from the economic losses of 2020 at the same pace, the European Commission said on Monday (22 February) ...
Polish minister: EU responsible for pandemic’s third wave

Polish minister: EU responsible for pandemic’s third wave


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Paedophilia scandal in theatre rocks Greek politics

Paedophilia scandal in theatre rocks Greek politics


Greece’s former national theatre director, Dimitris Lignadis was arrested on Saturday (20 February) on suspicion of having committed mult ...
Northern Ireland parties take legal action against Brexit deal

Northern Ireland parties take legal action against Brexit deal


Members of Northern Ireland’s two largest pro-British parties are set to take part in legal action challenging part of Britain’s divorce ...
UK fintechs seek ‘cure for Brexit’ in Lithuania

UK fintechs seek ‘cure for Brexit’ in Lithuania


Thanks in part to Brexit, Lithuania is becoming a fintech hub as a growing number of UK-linked digital financial companies are getting li ...
Portugal wants EU defence, security partnership with UK

Portugal wants EU defence, security partnership with UK


The European Union should create “broad structures of partnership” with the United Kingdom on defence and security policy, Portuguese def ...
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