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

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

| June 11, 2019

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, […]

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Making the most of #Globalization – #EUTradePolicy explained

Making the most of #Globalization – #EUTradePolicy explained

| June 7, 2019

©AP Images/European Union-EP What is the EU’s trade policy? Why is it important in a globalized economy and how does it work? Find out more about one of the EU’s most intricate policies. Why is EU trade policy important in a globalized economy? Economic globalization is characterized by an increase in international trade and a […]

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#Hungary – Orbán’s latest attack on academic freedom will not be tolerated says S&D’s Udo Bullmann

#Hungary – Orbán’s latest attack on academic freedom will not be tolerated says S&D’s Udo Bullmann

| June 4, 2019

Following the latest reports that the Hungarian government has submitted draft legislation to Parliament that would put the Hungarian Academy of Science and its network of institutions under direct government control, S&D Group leader Udo Bullmann stated: “We strongly condemn Viktor Orbán’s latest attack against academic freedom in Hungary. Only one week after the European […]

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#FUW calls for #TB taskforce  following compensation review

#FUW calls for #TB taskforce following compensation review

| June 4, 2019

The Farmers’ Union of Wales is calling for much greater emphasis to be given to the economic impacts of a bovine TB breakdown following the announcement by the Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, that there would be a review of the compensation regime in Wales. “To date, discussions and programmes on […]

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Brussels gears up for start of #TourDeFrance

Brussels gears up for start of #TourDeFrance

| June 3, 2019

Brussels is gearing up for its undoubted sporting highlight of the year – hosting the start of the Tour de France, the world’s most famous cycling race. This prestigious event coincides nicely with another memorable event for Belgian cycling fans: the 50th anniversary of the first Tour de France victory of Belgian cycling legend Eddy […]

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How the next #EuropeanParliament president will be elected

How the next #EuropeanParliament president will be elected

| May 31, 2019

The first job of the new European Parliament will be to elect its next president. Find out about the procedure below.     The first thing the newly elected MEPs have to do once they meet in plenary at the beginning of July will be to choose who will be the new president of the European […]

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Conservative Party faces historically worst election result in #Brexit crisis – poll

Conservative Party faces historically worst election result in #Brexit crisis – poll

| May 31, 2019

Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party would suffer its worst general election result if a vote were held now, according to an opinion poll, as voters frustrated with the deadlock over Brexit rejected the main political parties, writes Andrew MacAskill. The Conservatives, one of the most successful parties in the western world, would slump to third […]

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