National employment services to work together.
The European Commission has today (17 June) launched plans
to make national employment services more effective in helping people find new
As part of the plan announced by László Andor, the European commissioner for employment, social affairs and inclusion, services across the European Union will be encouraged to work together and share best [...] Read more
Coalition partners have criticised prime minister's decision to close ERT.
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Policymakers should focus on all of the unemployed not just unemployed young people
Idioms of Europe
Idioms of Europe
A round-up of the international press on Thursday, 13 June.
Danish firm complains about fine that it is likely to be hit with next week.
Last scheduled meeting takes place today.
The UK and the European Parliament have suggested ideas that are unlikely to fill the EU's democratic gap, and might widen it.
Analysing survey results demands a knowledge of cultural differences, a respect for language and a desire to make a difference says Femke De Keulenaer
Maybe the party really is over for the European Union.
Giovanni Kessler, head of EU's anti-fraud office, comes under renewed attack.
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Members of the European Parliament want to hold all the meetings in Brussels and centralise its administration there.