13.06.13 @ 09:29
The EU's foreign policy chief has said member states are not willing to give her what it takes for major reform of the Union's diplomatic corps.
19.02.13 @ 18:36
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11.06.13 @ 09:28
The German Constitutional Court is on Tuesday to hear from opposing camps about the legality of ECB bond-buying and other anti-crisis measures.
06.06.13 @ 08:30
EU officials were out on strike Wednesday (5 June) in the latest round of a running battle with governments on reforms to the EU's staff regulation.
03.06.13 @ 11:20
Croatia's would-be new EU commissioner has all it takes to sail through MEPs questions this week.
10.06.13 @ 17:50
Unless the EU becomes more legitimate and credible in the eyes of voters, parts of it could start to unravel.
03.06.13 @ 17:45
The EU's data privacy chief wants tough new limits imposed on what EU police agency Europol can do with people's private details.
31.05.13 @ 09:26
France and Germany have called for stronger euro-level governance in a show of friendship marked by a rare Merkel gaffe.
27.05.13 @ 22:15
Retiring EU ombudsman Diamandouros says he has witnessed the slow erosion of the dominating culture of secrecy among the EU civil services.
23.05.13 @ 19:09
The head of the EU’s anti-fraud agency has said public confidence in the office has increased despite allegations of wrongdoing.
13.05.13 @ 09:21
With less than two months to go before taking over the rotating EU presidency on 1 July, Lithuania has unveiled the logo that will brand its EU meetings.
08.05.13 @ 10:30
A leaked report on the EU's anti-fraud office questions the legal basis of its 'Dalligate' investigation.
24.05.13 @ 18:01
The Cypriot central bank has said eurozone finance ministers were misled by a critical report on money laundering.
22.05.13 @ 08:49
Almost every other parliament in the EU has been weakened by the euro-crisis, but the Bundestag has been strengthened.
13.05.13 @ 07:44
Two senior British ministers have said they would vote to leave the EU if there was a referendum now.
07.05.13 @ 22:20
The European police college Cepol and the EU police agency Europol have rejected a proposal to merge the two in a cost cutting measure.
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