Tuesday

23rd Jan 2018

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After Brexit vote, 100,000 UK firms registered in Ireland

Some 100,000 companies from the UK registered in Ireland since Britain voted to leave the EU in June 2016, campaigning organisation Manufacturing Northern Ireland told MPs on Wednesday. UK companies are doing so “against worst-case scenarios, if they develop”, the organisation's Stephen Kelly said. It is unclear how many UK companies registered in Ireland before the vote, but according to government statistics, the UK had 3,464,155 registered companies in 2015.

MEPs to keep 28 UK seats after Brexit

The number of French MEPs will grow from 74 to 79, while Spanish MEPs will increase in number from 54 to 59. Other countries like Italy, the Netherlands, and Ireland will also get more MEPs.

Norway defends new Arctic oil drilling

Norway's oil and gas is "extremely important" for Europe's energy supply, oil minister says, rejecting calls to stop drilling to prevent global warming

MEPs may bar killer drones from EU research cash

EU defence fund is expected to hand out €500m to companies across the EU if they work together on 'defence products'. Under the current proposal, the development of weapons of mass destruction would not be excluded.

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Europe's social democrats are having a hard time

All across Europe, social democratic parties are struggling to stay relevant, leading to a crisis in one of the continent's oldest political ideologies. An overview of the data behind the current situation.

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