NEWSForeign policy chief clashes with member states over EU's position on the peace process.
Catherine Ashton, the European Union's foreign policy chief, has sought and failed to remove the EU's special envoy to the Middle East peace process, in a battle with member states over policymaking for the region.
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Itchy feet in the private offices of the European commissioners are getting itchier.
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