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Cameron's EU reform plea sidelined at Brussels summit; EU migration meeting turns into fracas; Ad campaign in Albania: German...

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26-Jun-2015
 

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Cameron's EU reform plea sidelined at Brussels summit

British Prime Minister David Cameron was given less than ten minutes to present his proposals for EU reform at the European summit on Thursday (25 June), as the Greek debt consumed most of the attention of EU heads of state.

EU migration meeting turns into fracas

EU leaders openly quarrelled yesterday (25 June) during the first day of the EU summit which continues today, over the distribution of migrants from Italy and Greece, and were unable to adopt summit conclusions over a wording controversy.

Ad campaign in Albania: German embassy warns against 'economic asylum'

Germany is a main target country for Albanian asylum seekers. Now, the German embassy in Tirana is warning potential refugees in Albanian newspapers of traffickers and profiteers. Der Tagesspiegel reports.

Recent News

Patented drugs double the cost of fighting heart disease in France

French doctors prescribe more patented statins than their European counterparts. The country’s health service spends €1.2 billion on statins every year, double the budget of some European countries. EurActiv France reports .

Armenian government stands firm against protestors

The Armenian government yesterday (25 June) refused to reverse a controversial electricity price hike, sparking fresh anger among thousands of demonstrators who have rallied in the capital for the seventh day in a row.

Biopharmaceuticals booming in Germany despite GMO controversy

Modern pharmaceuticals are no longer exclusively produced in a chemicals laboratory, but are often developed using live cells. In Germany, such biopharmaceuticals are being sold and prescribed at an ever increasing rate – despite widespread scepticism over GMOs in Germany. EurActiv Germany reports .

Farage on Commission’s Brexit boss: ‘I wouldn’t call him British’

UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has said he wouldn’t call English EU senior official Jonathan Faull British, in a stinging rebuke to the veteran civil servant chosen by the European Commission to head up its taskforce on the “Brexit” referendum.

Another Eurogroup meeting on Greece ends in frustration

The second meeting of eurozone finance ministers to save Greece from default in two days, today (25 June) broke up without agreement after about two hours.

EU's circular economy to use power of tech innovation like Uber

The European Commission’s new proposal for a circular economy will try to exploit the disruptive power of tech innovation, such as Uber or Airbnb.

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.

Juncker Plan cleared for take-off

After a strenuous negotiating process, on Wednesday (24 June) MEPs validated the European Fund for Strategic Investments, taking the EU one step closer to the launch of the Juncker Investment Plan. EurActiv France reports .

EU summit to recognise Delors as one of Europe’s fathers

EU leaders meeting for a two-day summit today (25 June), dedicated to the divisive immigration issues and the Greek crisis, will bestow the title of "Honorary Citizen of Europe" on Jacques Delors, for extraordinary work to promote European cooperation.

EU quizzes online retailers over cross-border sales

EU antitrust regulators have asked e-commerce retailers to spell out the kind of sanctions imposed on them when refusing orders by digital content companies to restrict cross-border online sales.

Hungary reverses decision to suspend EU asylum rules

Hungary reversed its decision to suspend a key EU rule on processing asylum claims on Wednesday (24 June), a day after its announcement caused concern in Brussels and elsewhere.

Interviews

Katz: Regulatory cooperation does not mean surrender

Regulatory cooperation in the trade deal currently under negotiation between the EU and the US does not mean that legislators would lose their lawmaking initiative. Rather, it involves a process of dialogue, explains Sherman Katz in an interview with EurActiv Slovakia.

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.

Mayor: 'I told Cameron to give me the money to turn Bristol into a lab!'

The mayor of Bristol convinced British Prime Minister David Cameron to let him turn his city into a “laboratory for change”, telling him, “Give me the money!” before securing millions in funding for the "Green Capital" of the European Union.

LinksDossiers

The UK's EU referendum: On the path to Brexit?

Following the Conservative Party’s victory in the 2015 general election, the UK is set to hold an in/out referendum on its membership of the European Union before the end of 2017.

Opinion / Analysis

We need to make big data into an opportunity for Europe

Allowing data processing without a predefined purpose will boost European businesses, write Axel Voss and Yann Padova.

Bundestag approval doesn’t pave the way for a European Army

The report by Germany's Rühe Commission on international deployments is only a first step towards further defense cooperation in Europe, write Christian Mölling and Alicia von Voss.

The eurozone’s Five Presidents' report, and what it means for Britain

Between the lines, the new ‘five presidents’ report’ on the future of EMU tells an interesting story about how eurozone leaders see their future together. Britain should take note, writes Renaud Thillaye.

Greek debt crisis shows why we need international financial reform

The Greek crisis is just the latest of one of more than 600 national debt crises worldwide since the 1950s, and makes a compelling argument for the creation of an international institution for the fair and orderly resolution of sovereign bankruptcy, writes Bodo Ellmers.

Infographics

INFOGRAPHIC: Musical Chairs at the Commission

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

INFOGRAPHIC: What are the SDGs about?


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