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Cameron's EU reform calls to fall on deaf ears at Brussels summit; TTIP a threat to EU chemical safety standards, German NGO...

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25-Jun-2015
 

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Cameron’s EU reform calls to fall on deaf ears at Brussels summit

Significant progress on British Prime Minister David Cameron’s push for EU reform is unlikely at today’s (24 June) summit of European leaders in Brussels.

TTIP a threat to EU chemical safety standards, German NGO says

Friends of the Earth Germany (BUND) sees the transatlantic trade agreement TTIP as a threat to standards protecting against chemicals that may be harmful to humans and the environment. The chemicals industry “vehemently” objected to the NGO’s claim. EurActiv Germany reports .

Oettinger meets almost exclusively with corporate lobbies, report shows

EU Digital Commissioner Günther Oettinger is a prime target for lobbyists, but his door is almost exclusively open to telecoms, according to the latest online database compiled by Transparency International. EurActiv Germany reports .

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Greece crunch debt talks restart after no late-night deal

Greece will restart crunch talks with its creditors on Thursday (25 June) in a bid to save Athens from default, hours after Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras lashed out at lenders for rejecting his reform plans.

Tax rulings committee flexes muscles over Luxleaks hearings

EXCLUSIVE / The European Parliament's Special Committee on Tax Rulings plans to revoke the accreditation of certain lobbyists in retaliation for the behaviour of uncooperative multinationals. EurActiv France reports .

Armenian electricity protests continue for sixth day

More than 9,000 demonstrators rallied in the Armenian capital yesterday (24 June) for a sixth consecutive day, defying police calls to abandon their protest against electricity price hikes and police violence.

NATO beefs up rapid response force, says this is 'not an arms race'

The head of NATO stated on Wednesday (24 June) that the alliance would not be forced into a new arms race with Russia, but said what he called Moscow's aggression in Ukraine had compelled it to strengthen its defences.

Eurogroup on Greek crisis breaks up after 90 minutes

Eurozone finance ministers tonight (24 June) broke up their meeting to thrash out a deal to save Greece from possible exit from the eurozone, after 90 minutes and with no agreement.

Data protection talks start ahead of digital focus at EU summit

EU lawmakers sat down for their first meeting yesterday (24 June) to work out details on the EU's data protection reform. Facing bumps ahead, negotiators said they were still committed to wrapping up the legislation package this year.

LIVE: Greece edging towards default?

Will Greece default? What about its status in the EU? EurActiv is publishing up-to-the minute news stories and analyses of the endgame drama.

Greek negotiations reach new deadlock

Despite optimism at Monday’s emergency summit that a deal could be reached this week, new developments demonstrate that a significant gap remains between Athens and its lenders . EurActiv Greece reports.

EU summit ‘to close the windows’ to immigrants

A large part of the two-day EU summit beginning Thursday (25 June) will be dedicated to immigration, with leaders deciding measures for the return of migrants to their countries of origin.

Dutch court orders state to slash greenhouse emissions

A Dutch court on Wednesday (24 June) ordered the state to slash greenhouse gas emissions nationwide by at least 25% by 2020, in a case that could serve as a blueprint for activists around the world.

Cameron to serve up renegotiation demands at Council dinner

British Prime Minister David Cameron will present his counterparts with a list of demands for the UK’s European Union membership renegotiation at the European Council dinner on Thursday. EurActiv France reports .

Commission reshuffle has Faull take charge of Brexit taskforce

Jonathan Faull, the European Union’s top civil servant for financial services regulation, will head up a European Commission “Brexit” taskforce dedicated to the United Kingdom’s referendum on its membership of the bloc.

Hungary suspends EU asylum rules

Hungary said yesterday (23 June) it has indefinitely suspended the application of EU asylum rules in order to "protect Hungarian interests", prompting Brussels to seek immediate clarification.

Commission deepens investigation of Scandinavian telecoms merger

EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager has stepped up an antitrust investigation into the merger between Norway's Telenor and Sweden's TeliaSonera mobile operations in Denmark, the two companies said Tuesday (23 June).

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Interviews

Irish trade minister: 'UK referendum is a worry for Ireland'

Sean Sherlock, Ireland's Minister of State for Trade Promotion and North South cooperation, discussed the risk of Brexit with La Tribune at the Paris Air Show. EurActiv France reports.


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