Latest Videos

#Brexit - Long describes Conservative 'solutions' for the Irish border as unicorn fantasist politics

#Brexit - 'There would be enormous hostility to a further extension' Varadkar

#EUTopJobs - Could Vestager be the candidate who can command wide support?

#Brexit - 'There is no appetite to reopen negotiations in the EU' Roth

#EUTopJobs - Mogherini 'The world looks at us as a reference' #HRVP

#5G - 'Car manufacturing is so important for Europe, it has to be future-proof ' Weigel #Huawei

#Brexit - Long will ask the EU to give the UK the space and time for a change of heart

Video Programmes

#EUTopJobs - Could Vestager be the candidate who can command wide support?

Featured Posts

#Huawei – Openness, collaboration and development: Building a secure #DigitalSociety

#Huawei – Openness, collaboration and development: Building a secure #DigitalSociety

The GSMA Mobile 360 Series was held recently in The Hague under the theme ‘Security for 5G’, bringing together representatives from global carriers, equipment vendors, governments, and industry regulators. This event intends to drive consensus – across Europe and the globe at large – on 5G cyber security assurance, testing, and certification schemes. Sean Yang, […]

| June 11, 2019

Latest Articles

Dr. Giulia Moi MEP, an apology

Dr. Giulia Moi MEP, an apology

On 22nd May 2019 we published a story that wrongly quoted Giulia Moi MEP regarding work in the environment and a certain petroleum company. Giulia Moi MEP has asked to to make it clear that the alleged quotes were untrue and asked us to remove them from the article. We have done so and offer our […]

| June 20, 2019
#Brexit – ‘There would be enormous hostility to a further extension’ Varadkar

#Brexit – ‘There would be enormous hostility to a further extension’ Varadkar

Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (pictured) told journalists that he looked forward to working with the UK’s next prime minister whoever he is. He said that any discussions would take place between the EU and the UK, not between the UK and Ireland. This was aimed at refuting a claim by at least one Conservative candidate […]

| June 20, 2019
A quiet revolution in #Prague

A quiet revolution in #Prague

On 4 June, protesters took to the streets of Prague in their thousands. Unfurling banners emblazoned with the words “Enough” and “Resign”, and chanting “Shame! Shame!” at  their Prime Minister Andrej Babus they flooded into the capital’s Wenceslas Square, writes Colin Stevens. The ram-packed half-mile-long square could not have been a more fitting stage for […]

| June 20, 2019
#EuropeanInventorAwards honour 15 inventors

#EuropeanInventorAwards honour 15 inventors

The European Inventor Awards were held in Vienna, Austria on 20 June to honour 15 inventors from 12 different countries. The awards, hosted by the European Patent Office (EPO), were given to inventors in six different categories: Industry, Research, Non-EPO countries, Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), Lifetime Achievement and Popular Prize, which is decided by […]

| June 20, 2019
Commissioner Jourová opens first meeting of new working group reinforcing fight against #Antisemitism

Commissioner Jourová opens first meeting of new working group reinforcing fight against #Antisemitism

Today (20 June) Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality Commissioner Věra Jourová will open the first meeting of the Working Group on Antisemitism. Following the unanimous adoption of the Council Declaration on fighting Antisemitism in December last year, the European Commission has created an ad-hoc Working Group on Antisemitism within the existing High-level Member States expert group on Racism and […]

| June 20, 2019
Conference: Evaluating the performance of #CohesionPolicy investments, for even better results in the next long-term #EUBudget

Conference: Evaluating the performance of #CohesionPolicy investments, for even better results in the next long-term #EUBudget

Today (20 June), Regional Policy Commissioner Corina Creţu (pictured) is in Bucharest to attend the 8th Conference on the evaluation of Cohesion Policy. For decades, the Commission, member states and independent experts have evaluated the performance of cohesion investments. These evaluations helped increase value for money and eventually shape the successive reforms of the policy itself, making […]

| June 20, 2019
Commission supports #Croatia in attracting investment and boosting competitiveness

Commission supports #Croatia in attracting investment and boosting competitiveness

The European Commission and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) are providing technical expertise to Croatia to help reduce administrative burden, remove obstacles for businesses and build an attractive, robust and competitive environment for domestic and foreign investment. The comprehensive regulatory and investment policy reviews presented on 18 June propose actions to improve Croatia’s regulatory framework and conditions […]

| June 20, 2019
#France and #Germany to increase efforts to reduce #Iran tensions and avert war – ministers

#France and #Germany to increase efforts to reduce #Iran tensions and avert war – ministers

France and Germany will increase their efforts to reduce tensions over Iran, but time was running out and the risk of war could not be ruled out, their foreign ministers said on Wednesday (19 June), write John Irish, Michel Rose and Joseph Nasr. “We want to unify our efforts so that there is a de-escalation process […]

| June 20, 2019
#5G – ‘Car manufacturing is so important for Europe, it has to be future-proof’ Weigel #StrategicAgenda #EUCO

#5G – ‘Car manufacturing is so important for Europe, it has to be future-proof’ Weigel #StrategicAgenda #EUCO

EU Reporter spoke to Dr Walter Weigel, vice president and chief strategy officer of Huawei’s European Research Institute. Huawei employs more than 2,500 researchers in labs across Europe. It also works with European universities and research institutes on its more long-term innovation, where Huawei is looking five to ten years into the future. Europe’s research […]

| June 20, 2019
Corbyn to back second #Brexit referendum 

Corbyn to back second #Brexit referendum 

British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn (pictured) backed a move on Wednesday (19 June) for the Labour Party to change its Brexit policy and support a second referendum in all circumstances, The Times reported, citing a senior Labour source, writes Ishita Chigilli Palli A paper by Corbyn’s head of policy, Andrew Fisher, recommends that Labour support a […]

| June 20, 2019
PM candidate #Stewart talking with #Gove about combining forces

PM candidate #Stewart talking with #Gove about combining forces

Rory Stewart (pictured), a contender to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May, said he is in talks with environment minister Michael Gove, a rival candidate, about teaming up, writes Andrew MacAskill. Boris Johnson, the frontrunner in the contest, won the most votes cast in the second round of voting to be leader of the Conservative Party. […]

| June 20, 2019
Eliminated PM candidate #Raab backs #Johnson

Eliminated PM candidate #Raab backs #Johnson

Dominic Raab (pictured) a former British minister knocked out of the race to become prime minister, backed front-runner Boris Johnson on Wednesday (19 June), telling the Evening Standard newspaper he was the only candidate who would deliver Brexit by 31 October, writes Paul Sandle. “The only candidate who will now do this is Boris Johnson […]

| June 20, 2019
Multilateral #IslandsStructuredDialogue with EU institutions to support islands’ green development

Multilateral #IslandsStructuredDialogue with EU institutions to support islands’ green development

EU member states need to consider the islands needs and recognize their crucial role as laboratory for the transition to low-carbon future. The Conference of Peripheral Maritime Regions’ (CPMR) Islands Commission and Greening the Islands call for structured dialogue between island administrations, business and European institutions to help deliver the EU’s energy transition objectives for 2030 and […]

| June 20, 2019

Featured Videos

#Albania #NorthMacedonia - EU minister delay the opening of accession talks to October

#Turkey - EU ministers say illegal drilling has a serious impact on EU-Turkey relations

#Iran - Mogherini EU will not react until International Atomic Energy Agency confirms breach

#Malmström - With trade barriers, there is "no protection in protectionism"

#Eurogroup - Eurosummit and Eurogroup will have "strategic role on defining" priorities in budget

#Eurogroup - Members look to solve wealth inequality through technology and investment in skills

#EUBudget - Commission hopes to reach an agreement on MFF by October