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Zimmer: Something is changing in the S&D

Jeremy Corbyn's ascension to the leadership of the UK’s Labour Party is a sign that something hopeful is happening in the Socialists & Democrats, Gabriele Zimmer said in an interview with EurActiv Greece .

Parliament tax committee threatens to blacklist uncooperative lobbyists

The European Parliament's Tax Rulings Committee has called for sanctions to be placed on multinationals that refused to attend hearings on their tax practices. EurActiv France reports .

Multinational border protection teams to be rolled out

Given the continuing refugee crisis, the European Commission wants to secure the EU's external borders with a European border surveillance system. Until it can be implemented, Frontex will commit extra personnel. EurActiv Germany reports.


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Refugees inundate new EU crisis hotspot Croatia

Croatia closed most of its border with Serbia Thursday as it became the latest hotspot in Europe's migrant crisis, with thousands of new arrivals overwhelming local authorities ahead of an emergency EU summit next week.

Hill woos bankers ahead of capital markets announcement

Days before the European Commission presents its long-awaited proposal to reduce the “very high” dependence on bank funding from European businesses, the executive appeared to have softened its tone towards the banking sector.

GMOs take root as a controversial answer to hunger in Africa

SPECIAL REPORT/ For some experts, genetically modified organisms are the answer to Africa's harsh climate and low agricultural productivity. But for critics, dependence on powerful seed companies outweighs the benefits. EurActiv France reports .

Ponta to be tried for corruption

Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta was indicted on Thursday (17 September) on charges of forgery, money-laundering and being an accessory to tax evasion, piling pressure on a premier also facing mounting criticism and elections.

Manufacturers warn against dropping guard on China

The European Union could lose up to 3.5 million jobs if it removes its trade defences against China, according to a study for a group of 25 European manufacturing federations published on Friday (18 September).

Tusk calls emergency summit on refugee crisis

European Council President Donald Tusk has summoned EU leaders to an emergency summit next Wednesday (23 September) to discuss migration and a proposed scheme to distribute 120,000 asylum seekers across the 28-nation bloc.

France contemplates border controls as rightists pillory Schengen

The French government may reintroduce border controls in an attempt to pacify critics of the Schengen area. EurActiv France reports .

Corbyn says he can't imagine campaigning for Brexit

Britain's newly elected opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has said he cannot imagine his Labour Party campaigning to leave the European Union at an upcoming referendum, easing fears that he would force the party to adopt a Eurosceptic position.

Grumpy Juncker: ‘Call it EUleaks, not Luxleaks!’

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker today (17 September) gave MEPs an occasionally short-tempered defence of his alleged role in the Luxleaks tax scandal.

EU rebukes Hungary as refugee crisis tensions escalate

The European Union's migration chief rebuked Hungary on Thursday (17 September) for its tough handling of refugees, as asylum seekers thwarted by a new Hungarian border fence, and repelled by riot police, poured into Croatia.

Ex-Syriza minister: Greece should continue its 'creative' dialogue with Russia

Athens should continue its “creative” dialogue with Moscow, Panagiotis Kouroumplis, former health minister in the Syriza-led government, told EurActiv Greece .


#ThinkDigital reads for Brussels tech wonks

Visit ETNO's #ThinkDigital blog for thoughts on key topics surrounding the regulatory developments shaping Europe's Digital Future – Net Neutrality, Privacy, Child Protection, Internet Governance, the telecom framework, a greener society and more.

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Rodrigues: Juncker must flex muscle with member states

As the European Parliament adopts its first joint resolution on the Commission work programme to be presented in October, Portuguese MEP Maria João Rodrigues said Juncker must take leadership and restore political dynamism in the EU.

Smith: ‘A Brexit would reopen the question of Scottish independence’

Alyn Smith warns that a Brexit could lead Scotland to leave the United Kingdom. According to the MEP, an exit from the EU should only be considered if backed by a majority in all four nations of the UK.

Gabriel: Germany calls upon international community to aid refugees' homelands

German Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel (SPD), has called for more aid to be given to Jordan and Lebanon, to help them deal with the refugee crisis, more European solidarity, and a new relationship with Russia. Der Tagesspiegel reports.



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CAP: Still a work in progress

In June 2013, politicians approved the first major reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) in a decade, following months of haggling over quotas, subsidies and measures to improve environmental accountability.

Opinion / Analysis

Trade secrets trialogue underlines the EU’s democratic deficit

Trialogues - secret three-way talks between the major EU institutions to finalise EU law - are a far cry from how lawmaking is supposed to work, underline the bloc's democratic deficit and breach the Treaties, writes Anaïs Berthier.

Eliminating preventable child deaths is possible

The recent release of global data on child mortality shows that Eastern and Southern Africa are making the fastest progress on reducing child deaths. It is time to leverage this momentum, write Leila Gharagozloo-Pakkala and David Wright.

Europe must be strong on climate risk at COP21

If the EU is serious about an ambitious agreement at the UN talks in Paris, it must pritotise adaptation and resilience to climate risk in the negotiations, write Nick Mabey, Barbara Unmüßig and Ralf Fücks.


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