Thursday

21st Sep 2017

Ticker

Report: May travels to Scotland next week

British prime minister Theresa May will visit Scotland early next week, reports the UK daily newspaper, The Telegraph. The PM will make the trip in an effort to prepare for the triggering of Article 50, the exit procedure from the EU. This follows weeks of mounting tension between May and Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon, who last week unexpectedly called for a new Scottish independence referendum over Brexit.

EU takes time to ponder tax on tech giants

The EU commission published a paper that outlined several options on how to increase tax income from internet companies' activities, but fell short of proposing legislation.

Asylum seekers create EU 'limbo' nation

The number of asylum seekers "in limbo" in the EU is likely to be greater than the combined populations of Cyprus and Malta, estimates indicate.

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