19th Mar 2018


France expects more terrorist attacks

French PM Manuel Valls has said France has 15,000 suspects on a security watchlist and foils plots on a daily basis but cannot rule out more attacks. "There will be new attacks, there will be innocent victims," he said on TV Sunday. He attacked proposals for preemptive detention of suspects, floated by right wing politician Nikolas Sarkozy, as a plan that would "wring the neck of the rule of law".

'Decisive step' in Brexit ahead of EU summit

The UK and the EU have reached a legal agreement on citizens' rights and the financial settlement, but with still little progress on the future of the Irish border.


Moria refugee camp is no place for people

Two years on from the highly-controversial EU-Turkey deal, many thousands of refugees are still trapped on Greek islands. One of them offers an open invitation to EU leaders to see their inhospitable conditions at the Moria refugee camp on Lesbos.


Selmayr case symptomatic, warns EU novel author

The controversy over the new EU Commission top civil servant is revealing of what is wrong with EU institutions and how they are blocked by national governments, says award-winning Austrian novelist Robert Menasse.

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