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18-Sep-2015
 

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Footballers ask Commission to abolish transfer system

The world union for footballers called for the transfer system to be “abolished” on Friday (18 September), and slapped in an EU legal challenge to FIFA that could ban transfer windows and drive down the price of players.

Sturgeon: UK 'living on borrowed time'

The United Kingdom is "living on borrowed time" if the British government fails to listen to Scottish voters, SNP chief Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday (18 September), the first anniversary of an historic independence referendum.

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.

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 .

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 .

In Ivory Coast, a lifesaving ‘super cereal’ helps fight hidden hunger

SPECIAL REPORT / Worldwide, over two billion people suffer from potentially fatal malnutrition. Vitamin-fortified foods can help, but require more development funds. EurActiv Germany reports.

Recycling industry under pressure from falling raw material prices

Businesses are abandoning recycled materials in favour of cheaper virgin materials. The French recycling industry's profits fell by 2% in 2014. EurActiv France reports .

Survey: Half of British small businesses would vote to stay in EU

Almost half (47%) of British small business owners would vote to stay in the European Union if the upcoming referendum on the UK’s membership of the bloc was held today (17 September), according to a new survey .

Commission proposes public court to settle investment disputes

The European Union on Wednesday (16 September) proposed a special court to resolve disputes arising from a huge trade deal with the United States, instead of the widely criticised tribunals Washington wants.

EU ministers' 'deal' on emissions leaves little time for COP21 diplomacy

EXCLUSIVE / On Friday (18 September), EU environment ministers will overcome divisions over the bloc’s negotiating stance for international talks to limit global warming, but are expected to warn that progress must speed up to secure a worldwide climate change deal.

With Brexit deadlines tight, UK-EU talks begin

Jeremy Corbyn and George Osborne have combined to remind Europe that London is now fully embarked on a turbulent, quickfire negotiation with Brussels that may see Britons vote next year to quit the European Union.

French business group top of EU 'anti-climate' lobby list

Nearly half of the world's 200 biggest companies actively fight regulation to protect the climate, a study has revealed. French business group MEDEF and oil company Total are among the worst offenders. EurAtiv France reports .

EU ban on aging boilers expected to bring ‘mammoth’ energy savings

New energy standards for home boilers entering into force this month are expected to take offline the equivalent of 47 Fukushima-type nuclear power stations in Europe by 2020, according to official EU data compiled by the European Environmental Bureau (EEB).

Refugee influx tough on German housing market

The growing number of refugees is starting to affect the German housing market. According to a new study, Germany will need to build 400,000 new homes every year. EurActiv Germany reports.

Commission proposes 'flexible' use of new agriculture aid

The European Commission announced the details of a “flexible” €500 million agriculture aid package on Tuesday (15 September), in an effort to tackle the food crisis EU farmers are facing.

Merkel calls for summit on refugee crisis

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a special EU refugee summit on Tuesday (15 September), urging unity after an angry reaction to a suggestion by one of her ministers that states that did not take in their share of asylum seekers could face financial penalties.

Positive effects of TTIP tribunals for investment unclear

According to EU Commissioner for Trade Cecilia Malmström, "no direct relationship" can be seen between the controversial arbitration tribunals in the draft EU-US trade agreement and increased investment, adding fuel to its critics’ fires. EurActiv Germany reports.

Innovative microinsurance protects poor farmers against climate change

SPECIAL REPORT / Farmers in the Global South can protect their business by insuring their crops against climate hazards. But this system is held back by a lack of reliable climate data. EurActiv France reports .

EU migrants can be denied social benefits, says top court

The European Court of Justice (ECJ) on Tuesday (15 September) ruled that a country can withhold basic benefits from EU migrants if they travel from another member country with no intention of finding a new job.


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