Migrants trying to enter Europe via Belarus face additional obstacles. Brussels allows Poland, Latvia and Lithuania to temporarily suspend parts of the asylum legislation. Critics see it as proof that Europe is less and less committed to international refugee law.
British Brexit minister David Frost threatens to withdraw the Brexit agreement on Northern Ireland again if a “sustainable solution” to the trade dispute with the EU over the British part of the country is not found.
Greenpeace considers the agreements made in Glasgow weak and weak, but considers it important that a signal has been given that the ‘fossil age’ is coming to an end. “And that’s important,” says Greenpeace energy specialist Dewi Zloch. “The sentence in the final declaration on reducing coal and abolishing subsidies for fossil fuels has been watered down, but it...
The Netherlands and five other EU countries are fighting against the relaxation of state aid rules for companies in the European Union. They fear that the European Commission is paying too much attention to countries like France and Germany that want to strengthen their industry.
The € 2.4 billion fine imposed by the European Commission on Google in 2017 for abuse of power with its search engine remains in force. According to a European Court, the fine was rightly imposed by the commission.
In Rathcoole near Belfast, Northern Ireland, four masked men hijacked and set fire to a passenger bus. Local police confirm that the bus driver and passengers were allowed to safely leave the bus.
In the meantime, the euro recorded around $ 1.16 on Tuesday, but has not fully recovered the damage it had previously suffered in a market that in this week dominated by the Federal Reserve does not expect the US central bank to appear any milder on Wednesday than in previous, recent times.
Ireland has relaxed the rules for attracting seasonal workers from outside the European Union (EU) for agriculture and livestock. The coronavirus pandemic has caused many foreign workers to return to their country of origin in the last year and a half, causing Ireland to face major labour shortages.