Latest Videos

#ClimateStrike - 'The scientists are clear we need to revise our 2030 targets' Energy Cities

#ClimateStrike - 'We are out here, we want change'

#ClimateStrike - 'When we talk about climate, we also talk about human rights' Amnesty

#RomanianForests - 'We are in Brussels to ring the alarm bell' EuroNatur

#RomanianForests - 'Romania is the lung of Europe' Agent Green

#RomanianForests - 'This is a joint European heritage, a shared responsibility' Schickhofer

EUREPORTER.TV

Featured Posts

British travel firm #ThomasCook collapses, stranding hundreds of thousands

British travel firm #ThomasCook collapses, stranding hundreds of thousands

The world’s oldest travel firm Thomas Cook (TCG.L) collapsed on Monday (23 September), stranding hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British history, writes Kate Holton of Reuters. The liquidation marks the end of one of Britain’s oldest companies that started life in 1841 running local […]

| September 23, 2019

Latest Articles

Forbes names world’s best regarded companies

Forbes names world’s best regarded companies

Forbes has announced its third annual edition of top 250 best regarded companies in the world. The list includes six Russian companies – LUKOIL, United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), Rosseti, Sberbank, VTB Bank and Transneft. LUKOIL became the only oil and gas operations company from Russia, sharing the category with organizations from Spain and China. Previously, […]

| September 23, 2019
#Yemen – EU welcomes announcement to cease hostilities against #SaudiArabia

#Yemen – EU welcomes announcement to cease hostilities against #SaudiArabia

In a statement by the spokesperson for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy/European Neighbourhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations on the latest developments in Yemen, the announcement made by Ansar Allah on 20 September, on the cessation of hostile military acts against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, was welcomed as an important step.  The spokesperson said: “The […]

| September 23, 2019
#CircularPlasticsAlliance – 100+ signatories commit to use 10 million tonnes of recycled plastic in new products by 2025

#CircularPlasticsAlliance – 100+ signatories commit to use 10 million tonnes of recycled plastic in new products by 2025

More than 100 public and private partners covering the whole plastics value chain have signed the declaration of the Circular Plastics Alliance, which promotes voluntary actions for a well-functioning EU market in recycled plastics. The declaration lays out how the alliance will reach the target of 10 million tons of recycled plastic used to make new products […]

| September 23, 2019
#Brexit – UK court will not rule on Monday morning on PM Johnson’s suspension of parliament

#Brexit – UK court will not rule on Monday morning on PM Johnson’s suspension of parliament

The United Kingdom Supreme Court will not rule on Monday morning (23 September) on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s suspension of parliament but will update on timings later on Monday, a court spokeswoman said on Sunday (22 September), writes Guy Faulconbridge of Reuters.  “The hand-down for the following cases: R (on the application of Miller) (Appellant) […]

| September 23, 2019
#Plenary highlights: #Brexit, ECB president, #Amazon fires

#Plenary highlights: #Brexit, ECB president, #Amazon fires

MEPs reaffirmed support for the EU position on Brexit and backed Christine Lagarde as the next president of the European Central Bank during last week’s plenary session. MEPs reaffirmed their support for a Brexit based on the existing withdrawal agreement, However, they said they were open to a possible extension of the Article 50 negotiation period, if […]

| September 23, 2019
Over half of #Labour voters in last election want #Corbyn to quit – poll

Over half of #Labour voters in last election want #Corbyn to quit – poll

More than half of voters who backed Britain’s opposition Labour Party at a 2017 election think it is now time for leader Jeremy Corbyn (pictured) to stand down, an opinion poll showed on Monday (23 September), writes William James of Reuters. Corbyn is holding his party’s annual conference in the English coastal resort of Brighton, […]

| September 23, 2019
#BritishInEurope reacts to Conservatives’ pensioner health-care policy

#BritishInEurope reacts to Conservatives’ pensioner health-care policy

Reacting to the UK government’s announcement that it will only fund S1 health care  for 180,000 UK nationals in the EU-27 – including pensioners and persons with disabilities –  for six months after a no deal Brexit, Jeremy Morgan, vice chairman of British in Europe said: “This is yet more smoke and mirrors from the […]

| September 23, 2019
British travel firm #ThomasCook collapses, stranding hundreds of thousands

British travel firm #ThomasCook collapses, stranding hundreds of thousands

The world’s oldest travel firm Thomas Cook (TCG.L) collapsed on Monday (23 September), stranding hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers around the globe and sparking the largest peacetime repatriation effort in British history, writes Kate Holton of Reuters. The liquidation marks the end of one of Britain’s oldest companies that started life in 1841 running local […]

| September 23, 2019
Exiled oligarch #VladimirGusinsky and his ‘special’ #Kremlin deal

Exiled oligarch #VladimirGusinsky and his ‘special’ #Kremlin deal

Many see Vladimir Gusinsky as a victim – a man forced out for his liberal beliefs and strength to stand up to Vladimir Putin and his henchmen. But others believe that is far from the truth. Some say Gusinsky is still “welcomed” in the Kremlin – indeed, he has made hundreds of millions of dollars […]

| September 23, 2019
MEPs boost support for EU research and #Erasmus

MEPs boost support for EU research and #Erasmus

Last week, MEPs approved a €100 million top-up for the EU’s research programmes (€80 million for Horizon 2020) and youth mobility (€20 million for Erasmus+). MEPs approved, by 614 votes in favour, 69 against and 10 abstentions, a €100 million boost to the EU’s flagship programmes Horizon 2020 (€80 million for research funding) and Erasmus+ (€20 million […]

| September 23, 2019
Johnson: ‘Don’t expect #Brexit breakthrough in New York’

Johnson: ‘Don’t expect #Brexit breakthrough in New York’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday (23 September) cautioned against the likelihood of making a Brexit breakthrough at talks on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York, writes Kylie MacLellan of Reuters. Johnson, who has vowed to take Britain out of the European Union at the end of October with or […]

| September 23, 2019

Featured Videos

#Brexit - All issues raised in negotiations will need to be settled if UK wants a FTA with the EU

#Brexit - Juncker tells MEPs that he believes a deal is still possible

#Brexit - 'The UK has not tabled any new concrete proposals' #EU2019FI

#RuleofLaw - ‘Without respect for the rule of law, there is no European Union’ Timmermans

#Brexit - 'We are ready to examine any concrete and legally operational proposals from the UK'

#Brexit - Parliament open to extension of the Article 50 procedure