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[Politics] EU leaders poured cold water on Theresa May's Brexit plans at an informal summit in Salzburg on Thursday (20 September) but they remained divided over migration, with French president Emmanuel Macron launching a broadside at the EU's ‘troublesome’ member states.

[Politics] European Union leaders will push for a Brexit deal next month but warned Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday (20 September) that if she will not give ground on trade and the Irish border by November they are ready to cope with Britain crashing out.

[Politics] This week, in Salzburg Theresa May makes a splash, on migration Asselborn and Salvini clash, and Macron’s rolling in merchandise cash.


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Spain drops opposition to EU limits on coal power [Energy & Environment]

Spain ‘mastergate’ university faces new degree giveaway claims [Politics]

Greek minister optimistic Macedonia name deal will be approved [Politics]

Tweets of the Week: May in Salzburg, Salvini vs. Asselborn, and Macron merchandise [Politics]

Belgian inquest implicates UK in phone spying [Politics]

EU targets October Brexit agreement, ready for ‘no deal’ [Politics]

Le Pen sent to shrink over Islamic State tweets [Politics]

Spirulina, the ‘miracle’ algae being established in the Nantes region [Innovation in agriculture]

No decarbonisation without electrification [Energy transition]

Europe is no ‘menu à la carte’, Macron tells Visegrad Four and Salvini [Politics]


European Transport Forum 2018: What potential will the HDV CO2 emissions reduction strategy have for decarbonising EU transport?

Reducing Europe’s CO2 emissions is a key priority for a sustainable future. Commercial transport is rightly expected to play a role in this reduction. To rise to the challenge, we must make sure that the correct regulatory framework exists, while ensuring the competitiveness of European industry. Innovations coupled with improving well-known technologies will drive European transport systems forward.

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The biggest lesson for Europeans from Brexit [Politics]

Malta PM claims EU leaders ‘almost unanimous’ for second Brexit vote [Politics]

Global health research – a chance for Moedas to shape his legacy [Health]

We have five years to choose between transport heaven or hell [Future of mobility]

‘Channel of dirt’: Jourová describes her Facebook experience [Internet governance]

Workshop on Online Sales of Non-Compliant Products [Promoted content] [Energy & Environment]

Russian oil firm seeks payments in euros amid US sanction threat [World]

Oettinger names and shames member states on long-term EU budget cuts [Politics]

Poland avoids new EU lawsuit in extremis [Politics]

US soy seizes EU market, bolstering Trump trade deal [World]

Hungary’s foreign minister lashes at UN rights experts for ‘spreading lies’ [Politics]

Romania’s strongman urged to resign with ruling party in free fall [Politics]

10 years to ditch fossil fuel car engines, save Paris climate target, warns study [Future of mobility]

Human rights, ecology should stand higher than business interests [Energy & Environment]

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Capacity markets for electricity

As the EU’s power market reform enters the home straight, takes a look at so-called “capacity mechanisms” for back-up electricity and whether they help or hinder the EU’s twin objectives of supply security and decarbonisation.

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