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03-Jul-2015
 

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EU declares Greece in default just before referendum

Greece was officially declared in default today (3 July), injecting even more urgency into a make-or-break weekend referendum that new polls suggested was too close to call.

Half a million Greeks unable to vote in referendum

EXCLUSIVE / At least half a million Greeks are unable to vote in a referendum widely perceived as a choice on whether or not to remain in the eurozone, unless they return to Greece before Sunday’s poll.

EU, IMF add to the confusion ahead of Greek referendum

The EU and IMF issued warnings about the perilous state of Greece's finances yesterday (2 July), ahead of a referendum that will determine its future in the eurozone.

Emissions trades still at risk of fraud, EU auditors warn

Gaps remain in the regulatory oversight of the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS), despite efforts to bolster its security after high-profile cases of fraud, the European Court of Auditors has warned.

Live: Grexit? The endgame

Should they stay or should they go? Athens and the Troika try to come to a final agreement that would allow Greece to stay in the EU, and retain what's left of its welfare state. EurActiv reports, in real time.

MEPs fuming over Commission's abandonment of Maternity Leave Directive

MEPs are fuming over the European Commission's move yesterday (1 July) to abandon laws that would expand maternity leave to 18 weeks.

Europe’s regions demand financing for climate action

Three more European regions pledged to reduce their CO2 emissions by 80-95% by 2050 at the Summit Climate and Territories (WSCT) in Lyon on 1 July. EurActiv France reports .

British bankers call for review of EU financial services laws

British bankers have called for a review of post-crisis financial services laws, as part of reforms for better regulation from Brussels, which include a strengthened role for national parliaments.

Hollande and Merkel clash over Greece, Juncker shuts up

France wants the eurozone to push for a deal with Greece before Sunday's referendum, President François Hollande said yesterday (1 July), in comments that differed sharply from those of German Chancellor Angela Merkel.

Uber lobbyists take on EU critics

Uber's director of public policy for Europe, Simon Hampton, suggested on Wednesday (1 July) that he sees a chance at winning over governments pursuing legal action against the company.

German leaders admonish Greece ahead of referendum

Chancellor Merkel emphasised that despite the situation in Greece, Europe is stable and intends to “calmly” await the Greek referendum, while Finance Minister Schäuble accused Athens of “flip-flopping without purpose or understanding”. EurActiv Germany reports .

Parliament’s TTIP vote cleared by S&D, with a new ISDS

The S&D group in the European Parliament voted today (1 July) on a controversial amendment which keeps investor protection in the EU-US trade agreement (TTIP), paving the way for a vote in plenary, possibly next week in Strasbourg, EurActiv has learned.

A+ energy efficiency labels will be ditched

The European Commission will revamp its energy labelling system for refrigerators and televisions, ditch confusing grades that range from A+++ to G, and return to a clear A-G scale.

EU support for keeping Greece in eurozone elusive

Greece will vote on its future in the eurozone on Sunday (5 July). If such a poll were to be conducted across the EU, it is far from certain that a majority would back further concessions to Athens as the price for keeping the Union intact. The EurActiv Network reports.

Greece defaults on IMF loan, referendum hangs in doubt

Greece's last-minute overtures to international creditors for financial aid yesterday (30 June) were not enough to save it from becoming the first developed economy to default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund. The situation remains so uncertain that even the Sunday referendum, on whether to accept the aid, hangs in doubt.

Le Pen and Juncker clash at Parliament leaders' meeting

The leader of the National Front participated in her first Conference of the Presidents of the European Parliament this Monday (29 June). The meeting was marked by a heated exchange between Marine Le Pen and Juncker. EurActiv France reports.

'Euphoria' among jihadists in Europe, says German security agency

The establishment of the caliphate by “Islamic State” (IS) and its military successes have created a “spirit of euphoria” among jihadists in Europe, says the Annual Report on the Protection of the Constitution in Germany, which was presented on Tuesday (30 June). EurActiv.de reports .

Greece to lose €16.3 billion at midnight

Assuming that there is no last-minute deal between Athens and its creditors, Greece will lose €16.3 billion of financing at midnight Washington time today (30 June), EU officials told the press in Brussels.

Getting a telecoms deal: Harder than agreeing on Greece?

After almost 13 hours cooped up in talks, negotiators tasked with clinching some kind of a deal on the telecoms single market came to a breakthrough early this morning (30 June). At around two o'clock, frazzled MEPs tweeted that the marathon meeting had broken up with an agreement in hand.

Pro-Syriza Socialists criticise French government’s cautious stance

France's Socialists want to keep Greece in the fold, but the party’s left wing believes the government is not doing enough to avoid Grexit. EurActiv France reports .

China: Greece is our problem, too

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday (29 June) that the Greek crisis was of great concern for Beijing, as it had consequences for the world’s financial stability.

Juncker makes last minute offer to Greece

Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker made a last-minute offer to Athens in a bid to reach a bailout agreement before the deadline expires today (30 June), European Union and Greek government sources said.

MEPs give TTIP proposal a second try

The European Parliament Trade Committee decided on Monday (29 June) to give a non-binding resolution on the controversial Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) a second vote in plenary.

Social media watchdog: Twitter is the gateway drug for extremists

Twitter is turning a blind eye to the extremists who use the platform to recruit, according to the Counter Extremism Project (CEP).

Merkel blames Tsipras for bailout deadlock


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