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EU auditors find ‘weaknesses and loopholes’ in customs controls

EU auditors find ‘weaknesses and loopholes’ in customs controls

Important ‘weaknesses and loopholes’ indicate that EU customs controls are not being applied effectively, according to a new report from the European Court of...
Spain withdraws Puigdemont arrest warrant

Spain withdraws Puigdemont arrest warrant

The Spanish Supreme Court has withdrawn the international arrest warrant for Catalonia’s former leader Carles Puigdemont. Puigdemont travelled to Belgium, leading Spanish authorities to issue...
May under pressure to get DUP onside

May under pressure to get DUP onside

UK PM Theresa May is under pressure to get a deal out of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) on the status of the Irish...
London named Europe’s top performing city

London named Europe’s top performing city

London has topped an influential Europe-wide study of top-performing cities, with the UK claiming three spots in the top ten and five in the...
Danes used more energy and renewables in 2016

Danes used more energy and renewables in 2016

Observed Danish energy consumption increased by 3.0% in 2016 compared with the previous year, ending at 743 petajoules (PJ). Lower electricity imports and less windy...
Horst Seehofer to step down as Bavarian state premier

Horst Seehofer to step down as Bavarian state premier

Horst Seehofer will step down as Bavarian premier ahead of the state’s election in 2018, but the veteran politician intends to remain head of...
EEB calls for waste and pollution action

EEB calls for waste and pollution action

The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) has called for global action on the waste problem to end pollution, restore social justice and transform the world’s...
Malta arrests ten over Caruana Galizia murder

Malta arrests ten over Caruana Galizia murder

Police in Malta have arrested ten Maltese nationals in connection with the car bomb murder of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia. Prime Minister Joseph...
France receives A400M fitted with pods for mid-air refuelling

France receives A400M fitted with pods for mid-air refuelling

France’s procurement office has revealed it received its 12th A400M airlifter, which is the first in the European programme to be fitted with two...
UK-Ireland border agreement continues

UK-Ireland border agreement continues

Westminster and Dublin have not yet reached a deal on the pressing issue of the Northern Ireland border ahead of a meeting with European...

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