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May to announce new defence treaty on Poland visit

May to announce new defence treaty on Poland visit

UK PM Theresa May is to insist Brexit will strengthen the UK’s ties with Poland during a visit to Warsaw, where she will announce...
Catalan: Voters in bid to solve political crisis

Catalan: Voters in bid to solve political crisis

Catalonia will this evening hold a regional election which the Spanish government hopes will strip pro-independence parties of their control of the Catalan parliament....
Seeing green

Seeing green

PEN profiles smart and sustainable strategies in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, which has been named European Green Capital 2018. The European Green Capital award is given...
Made for walking

Made for walking

Pan European Networks investigates some of the roles cities play in promoting initiatives for pedestrians.  With transport accountable for almost a quarter of Europe’s greenhouse...
A new standard

A new standard

Pan European Networks explores the role that the Euroheat & Power network is providing in certifying quality assurance. Euroheat & Power operates as a network...
The EU strengthens its support to peace in Syria

The EU strengthens its support to peace in Syria

As part of the second phase of the Syria Peace Support Initiative, the European Union has adopted a new €9m programme to support peace...
France to end oil and gas production by 2040

France to end oil and gas production by 2040

France’s parliament has passed legislation requiring all oil and gas exploration and production on French territories to end by 2040. The bill, presented in...
Commission acts to defend judicial independence in Poland

Commission acts to defend judicial independence in Poland

Despite efforts to engage the Polish authorities in a constructive dialogue in the context of Rule of Law framework, the commission has concluded that...
EU to discuss sanctions over Poland judiciary reforms

EU to discuss sanctions over Poland judiciary reforms

The European Commission is to discuss whether to recommend disciplinary proceedings against Poland over its planned judicial reforms. The commission is concerned that democracy...
Commission recommends draft negotiating directives

Commission recommends draft negotiating directives

The European Commission has sent recommendation to the European Council to begin the next phase of the orderly withdrawal of the United Kingdom from...

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