5th Dec 2023


Poland ponders 'drastic' moves in EU rule-of-law dispute

Ryszard Terlecki, a senior MP with Poland's ruling PiS party, told a congress Wednesday Poland should seek "drastic solutions", such as following the UK out of the EU, if the EU court and European Commission went against its judicial reforms. Łukasz Andrzejewski, a pro-PiS judge and former PiS senator, said Poland should halt its donations to the EU budget, which feeds "a vast amount of freeloaders", referring to EU officials.

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Can Green Deal survive the 2024 European election?

Six months ahead of the EU elections, knocking an 'elitist' climate agenda is looking like a vote-winner to some. Saving the Green Deal and the EU's climate ambitions starts with listening to Europeans who are struggling to make ends meet.

Afghanistan is a 'forever emergency,' says UN head

Afghanistan is a "forever emergency" rendered worse by an isolated country intent on dismantling human rights, says UN refugee agency (UNHCR) representative for the country, Leonard Zulu.

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