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Johnson defiant after British parliament votes to force #Brexit delay

Johnson defiant after British parliament votes to force #Brexit delay

A defiant Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he would not negotiate a further delay to Britain’s departure from the European Union after losing a vote in parliament on Saturday that means he is obliged to request a postponement, write William James, Elizabeth Piper and Kylie MacLellan. The move by parliament, on a day Johnson had pitched […]

| October 19, 2019

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Discover the #LUXFilmPrize finalists in a cinema near you

Discover the #LUXFilmPrize finalists in a cinema near you

A political murder mystery, a thriller about power and corruption and the story of an anti-heroine challenging patriarchal traditions are coming to a cinema near you. The three films are the finalists for this year’s LUX Prize from the Parliament and are being brought to cinemas across Europe during the LUX Film days from this […]

| October 21, 2019
Coming up in plenary: #Brexit #EUBudget #SakharovPrize

Coming up in plenary: #Brexit #EUBudget #SakharovPrize

Latest Brexit developments, vote on the EU’s 2020 budget and an end-of-term assessment for the Juncker Commission will be on the agenda of the plenary session on 21-24 October. Brexit MEPs will discuss the latest Brexit developments following last week’s European Council and Saturday’s (19 October) vote in the House of Commons. EU summit On Tuesday […]

| October 21, 2019
#StateAid – Commission approves €64 million support for a waste-to-energy highly efficient cogeneration plant in #Poland

#StateAid – Commission approves €64 million support for a waste-to-energy highly efficient cogeneration plant in #Poland

The European Commission has approved, under EU state aid rules, Polish plans to support the construction of a highly efficient municipal waste treatment facility located in Gdańsk. The beneficiary of the aid is Port Czystej Energii Sp. z o.o. (“PCE”), a municipally owned company. The project will be organised in the form of a public-private […]

| October 21, 2019
How Will a No-Deal #Brexit Affect the Life Sciences?

How Will a No-Deal #Brexit Affect the Life Sciences?

After repeatedly assuring the nation throughout the referendum campaign that the UK would under no circumstances leave the single market, Boris Johnson is now desperately trying to push through the hard Brexit that voters were told would not happen. Despite being legally obligated to get either a deal or an extension, Johnson is insisting that […]

| October 21, 2019
#NorthernIreland prepares for momentous #Abortion and same-sex marriage changes

#NorthernIreland prepares for momentous #Abortion and same-sex marriage changes

Campaigners who fought for decades to end Northern Ireland’s same sex-marriage ban and restrictions on abortion prepare on Monday (21 October) for a momentous change to the laws on both at the stroke of midnight, writes Amanda Ferguson. Northern Ireland is the only part of the United Kingdom that does not allow same-sex marriage. Also, […]

| October 21, 2019
#FMA and #Europol called upon to heighten scrutiny of transnational loans

#FMA and #Europol called upon to heighten scrutiny of transnational loans

  European institutions such as the Financial Market Authority (FMA) and Europol have been urged to investigate transnational loans, with calls to increase transparency in the way business is conducted across countries and continents. This follows concerns raised about the conduct of some business entities with regard to compliance with European Union directives, rules and […]

| October 21, 2019
EU will delay #Brexit until February if Johnson fails to ratify deal this week – The Sunday Times

EU will delay #Brexit until February if Johnson fails to ratify deal this week – The Sunday Times

The Sunday Times has reported that the European Union will delay Brexit until February 2020 if Prime Minister Boris Johnson is unable to get his deal past parliament this week, writes Aishwarya Nair. The delay would be “fungible”, meaning that Britain could leave earlier, on 1 or 15 November, December or January, if his deal […]

| October 21, 2019
PM pushes for #Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay

PM pushes for #Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay

Prime Minister Boris Johnson will again try to put his Brexit deal to a vote in parliament on Monday (21 October) after he was forced by his opponents to send a letter seeking a delay from the European Union, write Alistair Smout and Guy Faulconbridge. With just 10 days left until the United Kingdom is […]

| October 21, 2019
MEP Cristian Bușoi establishes tobacco working group ahead of #Tobacco Products Directive revision

MEP Cristian Bușoi establishes tobacco working group ahead of #Tobacco Products Directive revision

  The EU’s flagship Tobacco Products Directive (TPD) is up for a scheduled review in 2021, but MEP Cristian Bușoi (EPP, Romania) is determined to start preparing the review now alongside his parliamentary colleagues. Bușoi, who has a history of fighting to regulate the tobacco industry, is establishing a new Working Group on the revision […]

| October 21, 2019
#BalkanStates look to work together on personalised medicine

#BalkanStates look to work together on personalised medicine

This week (24-25 October) will see the Second Balkan Conference on Personalised Medicine taking place in the Bulgarian capital of Sofia, writes European Alliance for Personalised Medicine (EAPM) Executive Director Denis Horgan. It may also see some movement on the Brexit situation, but nobody should be holding their breath… Unlike Britain’s bid to leave the […]

| October 21, 2019
#Moldova political heritage to sink in crime

#Moldova political heritage to sink in crime

The latest events in the Moldova’s politics have drawn attention of the international community not only because of their rapid pace and uncertainty, but also due to the ongoing and ever-increasing penetration of crime in the Moldova’s political system that has become a phenomenon for the European country writes Olga Malik. The criminal nature of […]

| October 21, 2019

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