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EUwatch 🇪🇺 18m
The prime minister seems to have no understanding about the imminence of Brexit Tell me why I don’t like Mondays. The sense of futility is getting to everyone. Though many MPs usually welcome the chance to do next to nothing other than repeat th...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 1h
Greek MPs will vote on a new name for Macedonia late Thursday. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appears to have secured enough parliamentary support to approve a deal that would see Macedonia change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia (to d...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 1h
Beyond the stubbornness and the myths, a bald fact remains: there are enough wise heads in parliament to see off disaster Plan B? No, just B for Back to Brussels to Beg a Better Backstop, not even Botoxing her old plan A. Theresa May does no...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 5h
The Council imposed sanctions on nine persons and one entity under the new regime of restrictive measures against the use and proliferation of chemical weapons.
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 8h
The Council added eleven businessmen and five entities to the list of those subject to restrictive measures against the Syrian regime and its supporters.
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 8h
I’m fed up with cries of betrayal from ministers who fudge and fail. Theresa May knows we need to rule out no deal, but she’s too weak to do it • Yvette Cooper is a Labour MP Today, the prime minister has to put forward her Brexit plan B. Bu...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 17h
Brexit, viewed from Europe, is looking to many like a particularly British mess. But what if we’re the baddies? It’s an unpopular idea on this side of the Channel. But the Brexit impasse is not British Prime Minister Theresa May’s fault. Rather,...
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UACES 6h
**Nominations Open** | Awards 2019 Nominations invited until 31 January for the UACES Best Thesis Prize 🎓 & Best Prize 📘 🏆 Prizes will be awarded at in Lisbon:
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Jan 20
Let’s extend article 50, and use 2019 to engage with the British people on Britain’s future Parliament must inflict a second defeat on the government – by voting next Tuesday to extend article 50 for a year. Not as a delaying tactic, but for...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 Jan 20
A host of major manufacturers move their business from UK regulators and stockpile parts Carmakers are ramping up their preparations for a no-deal Brexit, with a host of major manufacturers moving regulatory approval for their vehicles from the ...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 6h
When Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan launched a fierce political crackdown in the wake of a failed coup in 2016, Osman Kavala did not expect to become a target. “I doubt if they’d be interested in me,” Kavala, a former businessman and...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 3h
European council president reveals how he told PM that vote would end in disaster David Cameron never believed he would have to hold an referendum because he expected to fall short of an overall majority in the 2015 election, according to Do...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 15h
Human Rights Watch accuses institutions of sustaining network of ‘inhuman and degrading’ migrant detention centres The EU’s support for Libya’s anti-migrant policies is contributing to a cycle of “extreme abuse”, including arbitrary detentio...
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Annika Möllström Jan 16
Replying to @frihetsdottir @coe
You really are naive Isobel. And you still haven't read my blog or my posts.
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 4h
British prime minister Theresa May announced on Monday that the proposed £65 [€74] fee for nationals in the UK to apply for "settled status" after Brexit would be scrapped, and previously-paid fees reimbursed. The U-turn came as May detailed...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 10h
96Which EP political groups are actually fake? View this email in your browser Which EP political groups are actually fake?   The next European Parliament will be a more fragmented one, as big groups will dwindle and smaller groups will grow...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 4h
Fee waiver one of six ‘lessons’ laid out in prime minister’s statement on Brexit plan B Follow the day’s political developments The government is to waive the planned fee for nationals living in the UK to apply for settled status after Brexi...
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 11h
That’s where a bruised prime minister is leading us – what a horrifying epitaph it will make. It’s time to ask the people again It is nothing less than despicable that, when our opposition and our government can clearly see they need to work tog...
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Lars Boman 3h
For a democratic European government via
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EUwatch 🇪🇺 16h
€6bn vehicle is Europe’s largest and reflects renewed appetite amid wider fears over economy
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