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The EU's adequate minimum wage directive is already having a 'game-changer' effect in one-third of EU countries, according to a new report by the European Trade Union Institute. But the fight is not over yet.
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Former Italian prime minister Enrico Letta presented his report on relaunching the single market at Wednesday night's summit — the third of its kind in a little over a decade. Will EU leaders listen this time?
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EU leaders are increasingly banking on private financiers to boost arms and ammunition production, but is it realistic to expect capital markets solve EU defence woes?
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EU special summit

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Informal meeting of health ministers

Informal meeting of health ministers

Informal meeting of health ministers

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The Bolsonaro-Orbán far-right nexus

6 days ago
Defeated far-right Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro has given various reasons for sheltering at the Hungarian embassy in Brasilia — none of them make sense.
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Who did Russia pay? MEPs urge spies to give names

6 days ago
MEPs have urged intelligence services to publish the names of who was paid by Russia, while pointing fingers at the EU's far right.
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'PieperGate' crisis re-opens doubts on von der Leyen's future

6 days ago
A majority of MEPs call for U-turn on Markus Pieper's controversial appointment as SME envoy and a new, more transparent process — raising questions about the leadership style and re-election chances of EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen.
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