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Hungary opposes, EU fails to agree corporate tax reform

Hungary Finance Minister opposes setting a minimum corporate tax of 15 percent on big multinationals, preventing an European Union deal. Mihaly Varga has told his...

EU stood its ground in a row with AstraZeneca

European Union stood its ground in a row with AstraZeneca over COVID-19 vaccine supplies,says AstraZeneca contract 'crystal clear'. The EU, whose member states are far...

Renewables overtook fossil fuels as EU’s main source of power

Renewables outstrip fossil fuels as EU’s main source of electricity for first time in 2020 as new projects came online and coal power shrank. Renewables...

Boris Johnson’s treaty-breaking Brexit laws face defeat in parliament

Boris Johnson is expected to suffer a heavy defeat in parliament’s upper chamber over laws allowing him to breach Britain’s EU exit treaty. The Internal...

EU leaders clinches historic deal on pandemic recovery after fractious summit

EU leaders clinched an historic deal on a massive stimulus plan for their coronavirus-throttled economies,after a fractious summit lasting almost five days. The agreement paves...

Berlin expects breakthrough in EU migration dispute this year

Berlin said it wants EU nations to overcome a deadlock on how to handle refugees and migrants this year, dispute that divided the 27-member...

Britain ready to quit EU on ‘Australia terms’ if no deal

Britain will be ready to quit its transitional arrangements with EU “on Australia terms” if no deal on their future relationship is reached,PM Johnson...

EU willing move on Brexit, but wants Britain to budge

EU is willing to move in negotiations on future European Union and Britain relations but wants UK to make a bigger effort. The European Union...

Online sex abuse rises in EU with during lockdowns

Online sex abuse of children in European Union has increased during the COVID-19 lockdown,the head of EU law enforcement agency Europol says. Head of Europol...

EU and Britain demands both side give ground in trade talks

EU and Britain both demanded that each side give ground in talks on a new post-Brexit trade deal or risk severe damage in tetchy...

UK cabinet says will not give up our independence to EU

UK cabinet agreed that they will not give up their rights and independence by bending to demands of European Union on any cost. Prime Minister...

Malta’s ambassador to Finland resigned after comparing Merkel and Hitler

Malta's ambassador Zammit Tabona wrote on 'Facebook Who will stop Angela Merkel? She has fulfilled Hitler's dream! To control Europe'. Malta's envoy to Finland has...

EU states to restart travel and tourism despite Coronavirus Pandemic

EU states should guarantee vouchers for travel cancelled during Covid and lifting internal border restrictions in a bid to salvage summer tourism season. Tourism, that...

EU commissioner says we must go ‘back to the future’ of...

EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson has said that European Union must go 'back to the future' of open borders after coronavirus pandemic. The European...

Spanish PM to secure parliamentary votes to extend state of emergency

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez looks set to secure enough parliamentary votes to extend a state of emergency for two more weeks. The country relaxes...

UK confident it can get a deal this year

UK is confident it can get a deal on its future ties with the EU,London needs Brussels to start treating country as an independent...

French lawmakers accused their own government of redraws coronavirus app debate

French lawmakers from ruling party accused their own government of withdrawing a vote on a planned coronavirus tracing app. The government last week bowed to...

EU officials softened criticism on Chinese disinformation

EU officials softened criticism on Chinese disinformation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic in response to pressure from China, according to reports. Both The New York Times...

European Union,Britain fail to bridge gaps in future relationship talks

European Union and Britain showed little sign of progress towards a deal on their post-Brexit relationship this week, failing to bridge differences. The EU’s chief...

Greece denies Turkey claims of killing migrant

Greece has denied Turkish allegation that refugees and migrants on their shared border killed in firing,while several injured. Tension at the Greece-Turkey border is at...

European Union and UK agreed to their ‘red lines’ ahead of...

European Union and United Kingdom are attempting to get a trade deal signed within a year, rival sides have agreed to their 'red lines'...

Britain set out points-based immigration system

Britain government set out points-based immigration system,migrants must be highly skilled and must be able to speak English. Government sets out plans for points-based immigration...