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‘PASS:' The UK government's lawyers struggled to answer Supreme Court questions on Brexit

LONDON — The government’s legal team endured a tough afternoon at the hands of the Supreme Court judges during day one of the Article 50 appeal. James Eadie QC, who is representing the Department for Exiting the European Union (DexEU),...Show More Summary

Novo Nordisk seeks EU and U.S. approval for new diabetes treatment

OSLO (Reuters) - Danish Novo Nordisk said on Monday it has filed for the European Union and the U.S. approval of semaglutide to treat adults with type 2 diabetes.

Continuing EU Trends Will See Region Fall Short Of Long-Term Climate Goals

European Union Member States are making good progress to lowering their energy consumption and using more and more renewable energy, and are well on their way to meeting their 2020 targets for renewable energy, efficiency, and greenhouse...Show More Summary

Pitch Made Its Annual Holiday Cookies, Topped With the Key People and Moments of 2016

O.J. rules the Emmys, Britain leaves the European Union, Beyoncé reinvents the music video, and Ken Bone captivates the country (as do Chewbacca Mom, Ryan Lochte, Melania Trump and Pokemon Go). Those are a few of the standout moments...Show More Summary

Plant scientists propose new classification system for european vegetation

Experts have presented a new classification system for vegetation in Europe that aims to standardize classifications across the continent and aid the European Union Nature Information System, which brings together data for nature resource management and conservation, land planning, education, and environmental policy implementation.

Labour refuses to support giving MPs vote on Brexit

The Labour Party on Monday refused to say whether it believes MPs should be given a vote on taking Britain out of the European Union. As the government begins its Supreme Court appeal against a parliamentary vote on triggering Article...Show More Summary

Austrians' pro-EU views scupper far-right bid for presidency

VIENNA (Reuters) - Austrians' desire to stay anchored in the European Union outweighed concerns over immigration and security and helped former Greens leader Alexander Van der Bellen defeat his far-right rival Norbert Hofer in Sunday's presidential election.

U.N. refugee chief warns EU against carrot-and-stick approach to migration

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Linking aid for countries in the Middle East and Africa to how they manage migration can create dangerous precedents, the top United Nations' refugee official warned the European Union on Monday.

Europe suffers Italian blow but bigger tests loom

BERLIN (Reuters) - The resounding "no" from Italian voters to Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's referendum on constitutional reform was not a rejection of the European Union and its single currency, as jubilant populists from across the bloc claimed on Monday.

Italy Thrown Into Political Uncertainty Once Again

“Italy plunged into political and economic uncertainty early Monday as Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said he would resign after voters decisively rejected constitutional changes, a step certain to reverberate across a European Union already buffeted by anti-establishment anger,” the New [...]

Encryption Survey Indicates Law Enforcement Feels It's Behind The Tech Curve; Is Willing To Create Backdoors To Catch Up

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To get a general feel for European law enforcement encryption sentiment (so to speak), the European Union sent questionnaires to member countries, asking for details on what forms of encryption are encountered most frequently and what...Show More Summary

UK Supreme Court head says Brexit case about law, not wider politics

LONDON (Reuters) - The president of Britain's Supreme Court said on Monday a court battle on whether the government has to consult parliament before starting the process of leaving the European Union was about legal matters, not the wider politics of Brexit.

US, China, EU, others fail to reach environmental goods deal

Forty-six countries including the U.S., China and European Union nations failed Sunday to agree on a list of "environmental goods" like solar-powered air conditioners or LED light bulbs that could be targeted for lower tariffs.

Does UK Still Want 'Brexit' Amid The Negative Rhetoric?

Fewer Brits would vote to leave the European Union (EU) if given a second chance according to new YouGov research commissioned by the financial entrepreneur behind the Campaign For Fair Finance and who heads price comparison website A new opinion poll now reverses the referendum result. But as we [...]

British PM heads to Bahrain to cement Gulf ties before Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Bahrain this week for a meeting of the Gulf Cooperation Council that she hopes will cement stronger ties with Middle Eastern countries as Britain leaves the European Union...

Matteo Renzi’s Fate Is at Stake as Italians Vote in Referendum

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The prime minister has said he might resign if his constitutional reforms are rejected, a step that could provide yet another shock to the European Union.

Britain may continue with some EU cooperation post-Brexit: Johnson

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain could pay in to certain programmers connected with the European Union after Brexit but the country will take back control of the money currently sent to Brussels, Foreign Minister Boris Johnson said on Sun...

Austria far-right on cusp of power in election showdown

Austrians will return to the polls on Sunday in a bitterly fought marathon election, which could propel the European Union's first far-right president to power and boost the anti-establishment tide sweeping many countries. Norbert Hofer...Show More Summary

Tomorrow's Vote In Italy Will Be A "Wide-Ranging Fk Off", And It's Just The Start...

Submitted by Nick Giambruno via, Tomorrow, December 4, Italy is holding a referendum that will determine the fate of the entire European Union. Donald Trump’s victory—which shocked Europe’s political and media elite—gives...Show More Summary

Facebook Fake News Sites Could Inch Italy Closer To Leaving European Union

The Facebook fake news sites thesis for Donald Trump’s surprise win has alarmed politicians across the globe facing upcoming elections and referendums where far-right populism could easily triumph. Next to face a vote on the established...Show More Summary

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