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It Would Be Foolish for Britain to Remain in the EU

If only one could wake up one morning and find that the European Union had been nothing but a bad dream! As it is, we shall wake up quite soon and be obliged to come to terms with its destructive power. Prime Minister David Cameron long since promised to hold a referendum in 2017 on whether Britain should stay in the EU or leave. Show More Summary

Cameron Not Out of the Fire as EU Gives Response to Brexit Talks

UK Prime Minister David Cameron will Thursday discuss the EU member states’ generally positive responses to his renegotiation of Britain’s membership of the union with European Council President Donald Tusk, but he still has an uphill battle.

David Cameron has two cards up his sleeve to get Brits to vote against a Brexit

Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is fiercely trying to defend his draft deal with the European Union after the public, the opposition, and even members of his own party criticised it for lacking real substance. But he may haveShow More Summary

Moscow Pessimistic About EU Scrapping Anti-Russia Sanctions By Summer

Director of the Russian Foreign Ministry’s department of European cooperation has cautioned against too much optimism on the European Union dropping sanctions against Moscow by summer.

Russia Equally Ready for ‘Reset’ in Ties With Europe – Foreign Ministry

Russian Foreign Ministry's Department of European Cooperation head said that Russia is equally ready to revive its relationship with the European Union as Brussels.

Will Britain leave the European Union?

As Britain debates whether to leave the European Union, leaders across the continent are trying to avoid a potentially devastating split. The country has long had an uneasy relationship with the rest of the 28-member bloc, having used its status as an economic powerhouse to keep its currency —...

Europe’s Brand-New Data Transfer Agreement With the U.S. Is Already Drawing Criticism

The European Union’s highest court struck down the 15-year-old “Safe Harbor” data-transfer pact in October. But on Tuesday the European Commission announced that it had brokered a new data-flow agreement with the United States. Known as the “Privacy Shield,” the revision is meant to address the court’s problems with the old arrangement. Show More Summary

David Cameron’s EU-miliation

Britains prime minister wanted to use the threat of a referendum on membership in the European Union to extract concessions. But whats extracted may be the UK.

Cameron says to assert British parliament is sovereign over EU laws

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he would seek to assert the sovereignty of the British parliament over European Union laws as he concludes his renegotiation of ties with the bloc.

EU approves Turkey migration fund as Italy drops objections

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union countries approved on Wednesday funds for Turkey to help refugees and migrants in the country in exchange for Ankara ensuring fewer of them venture out toward Europe.

Unions Blast Loopholes in New EU Tax Avoidance Proposals

A collective of unions has slammed the latest proposals by the European Commission to stamp out elaborate tax plans used by multinational companies to move vast profits around the EU in an effort to reduce their corporate tax bills in member states.

Israel demolishes EU-funded Palestinian buildings

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Israeli forces demolished 24 Palestinian buildings in a disputed military zone in the West Bank Tuesday, including 10 funded by the European Union, leaving families homeless, authorities and residents said. Soldiers destroyed the structures in and around the village of Khirbet Jenbah south of...

Snowden Slams New EU-US Data Transfer Deal as ‘Accountability Shield'

Former US National Security Agency (NSA) contractor and whistleblower Edward Snowden called a new data transfer deal between the United States and the European Union an "accountability shield."

EU Privacy Regulators Delay Possible Crackdown on Data Transfers to U.S.

European Union privacy watchdogs said they will postpone a possible crackdown on trans-Atlantic transfers of personal details about Europeans until March or April, offering at least a temporary reprieve for thousands of companies.

These EU country representatives explain why Cameron's EU deal is a failure

Prime Minister David Cameron has 2 weeks to convince every single country in the European Union to agree to his new deal for Britain's membership of the EU, but a lot of Eastern European countries are really unhappy with it. Politico...Show More Summary

Moscow's Counter-Sanctions May Turn Russia Into 'Agricultural Superpower'

Moscow's retaliatory sanctions against the European Union have helped Russian farmers revitalize their country's agricultural markets, according to journalist Fred Weir.

Farce, joke or delusion? British press trashes Cameron's EU deal

LONDON (Reuters) - Dubbing it a farce, a joke and a delusion - Britain's largely eurosceptic press ripped into a deal to keep the country in the European Union on Wednesday, accusing Prime Minister David Cameron of selling out.

This one bank reckons Cameron's EU deal will make a Brexit less likely — despite all the criticism

David Cameron finally showed the public his draft proposal to change the UK's relationship with the European Union on Tuesday — and was immediately showered with criticism from the public, the opposition, and even politicians within his...Show More Summary

EU States Divide Cost of Paying Turkey to Handle Refugee Crisis

The countries of the European Union have agreed to provide two-thirds of the money which has been offered to tackle the migration crisis in Turkey, media reports said.

Britain's David Cameron says progress made in negotiations with European Union

British Prime Minister David Cameron claimed “real progress” Tuesday in negotiations with the European Union, but said more work needs to be done before a satisfactory agreement on reform of the bloc can be approved at a summit this month. Cameron told sometimes skeptical British voters that he...

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