Tensions between the British government and the European Union over controls at the Northern Irish Sea border are once again rife. European patience becomes ‘very thin’ after a new salvo of British provocations.
A new and controversial European copyright law came into force on Monday. From now on, stricter rules apply in the field of uploading copyrighted material. This is exactly what’s changing.
Consumer prices in the euro area increased further in May. This was shown on Tuesday by provisional figures from Eurostat.
Belarus arrested a journalist on Sunday after a passenger plane the journalist was landed in the Belarusian capital Minsk.
Germany and 16 other EU countries passed a test for the EU’s new coronavirus passport. Portugal, Malta, Poland, Ireland, Romania and Latvia will follow in the coming days, says the European Commission.
About 50 years after ten people were killed in Ballymurphy, in the Northern Ireland conflict, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson apologized on behalf of the British government. He did so in a telephone conversation with the Northern Irish leaders. According to Prime Minister Johnson, the British government is committed to reconciliation and progress in the Northern Ireland peace process...
American president Joe Biden confirmed his already leaked tax plans on Wednesday evening during his ‘American Families Plan’.
Many pro-British citizens are vehemently opposed to the new trade barrier introduced between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom as part of Britain’s departure from the European Union. Political leaders, including the British minister of Northern Ireland, had called for calm on Saturday. But on the outskirts of the Northern Irish capital Belfast, police witnessed riots.