Today @ 09:29
Juncker has defended his decision to shift the health technology and pharmaceutical policy services back to the more lobby-friendly internal market directorate.
Today @ 11:18
29.09.14 @ 18:36
29.09.14 @ 16:09
26.09.14 @ 16:26
29.09.14 @ 18:50
The EU's likely next trade commissioner has signalled that controversial investor protection rules could ultimately be left out of a US free trade deal.
29.09.14 @ 18:12
The EU is keen for Ukraine to accept a winter deal on Russian gas, but Ukraine is wary of the terms and of broader EU-Russia energy ties.
29.09.14 @ 09:45
Spain's Canete has said he wants a mandatory lobbyists' register, while Sweden's Malmstrom wants more transparency on US trade in written answers ahead of EP hearings.
Today @ 10:32
The EU’s incoming digital commissioner, Gunther Oettinger, emphasised infrastructure as key to Europe’s so-called digital economy at a hearing with MEPs on Monday.
29.09.14 @ 18:19
EU commissioner for home affairs Cecilia Malmstrom on Monday rejected allegations she colluded with the Americans to water down EU data protection rules.
29.09.14 @ 08:51
A giant clock in Barcelona has started counting down the days to a referendum on independence. But Madrid says it will not go ahead.
29.09.14 @ 09:21
Cameron has suggested he would campaign for Britain to leave the EU if he is unable to renegotiate the country's membership terms.
29.09.14 @ 09:25
Gay people in Serbia held a march in Belgrade on Sunday in what has been described as a “milestone” in the country's history.
26.09.14 @ 09:40
Russian energy minister Novak has warned that EU states which re-export gas to Ukraine will face cut-offs, with Hungary already stopping its reverse flow.
26.09.14 @ 09:29
Several hundred rescued migrants on a cruise liner in Cyprus have agreed to disembark following a tense stand off with authorities.
22.09.14 @ 17:01
The European Union is beginning to take the problem of chronic diseases seriously.
27.09.14 @ 09:19
The European Commission has played down suggestions that it had stripped the UK's commission candidate of responsibility for policing the EU's bank bonus rules, insisting that the decision had been taken before he was nominated.
25.09.14 @ 07:52
MEPs are preparing "lively" hearings for the new commissioners-to-be, with the Spanish, British, Slovenian, and Hungarian candidates likely to have the hardest time of it.
25.09.14 @ 18:25
Provisions allowing companies to sue governments to protect their investments must be taken out of an EU-Canada trade agreement, German chancellor Merkel's coalition partners have said.
News in Brief
- Putin to visit EU-aspirant Serbia@ 13:38
- Lobbyists spend at least €99mn in EU capital@ 13:38
- Hong Kong rallies expected in European cities@ 13:37
- Malmstrom gets green light from EP trade committee@ 13:02
- Canada gives EU leaders €300,000 plane-ride home@ 10:24
- Ireland rejects EU inquiry into 'sweetheart' tax deals@ 09:25
- EU may have to 'rethink' energy relations with Russia@ 09:19
- Spanish government urges court to veto Catalan vote@ 09:18
- AnalysisCould Putin's troops 'be in Warsaw in two days'?@ 11:18
- Oettinger's digital plans focus on better infrastructure@ 10:32
- Juncker defends lobby-friendly restructuring of commission services@ 09:29
- Investor clauses could be left out of EU-US trade deal29'th @ 18:50
- AnalysisSelf-defeating Tories fighting over Europe again29'th @ 18:36
- Malmstrom rejects accusations of working with US to weaken data laws29'th @ 18:19
- Ukraine wary of EU's Russia gas deal29'th @ 18:12
- OpinionDonald Tusk and the case for EU optimism29'th @ 16:09
- Oxfam: Europe seeks to expand pharma monopoly at expense of poor people, ahead of TTIP talks
- EN.DELFI: Russian Soldiers - cheap and luckless
- EBF: Financial Integration Report highlights ongoing fragmentation
- ACCA: Evaluating the impact of IFRS in the EU
- Access: Document shows Commissioner Malmström secretly undermines data protection
- EN.DELFI: Putin forces West to choose between Ukraine and Middle East
- Swedish Enterprises: ECIPE demystifies investor-state dispute settlements in trade agreements
- Martens Centre: Building a Lifeline for Freedom - Eastern Partnership 2.0 Brussels, 07 October
- MEP Dita Charanzová: We need a new trade policy after Russian Sanctions