Inflation in the eurozone is 0.8%, according to latest figures from Eurostat.
Unemployment in the eurozone remained at a record high in January, with 19 million people, or 12% of the economically active population, looking for work. The figure in the entire European Union was 10.8%, according to figures from Eurostat.
Major disparities in employment levels exist between eurozone economies and those in receipt of international bail-outs. The unemployment rate [...] Read more
Legislation will require graphic pictorial warnings on cigarette packs and stricter regulation of e-cigarettes.
An urban agenda at the EU level should be practical and strengthen dialogue between the EU and its cities, writes Michael Häupl, mayor of Vienna.
Leading the Goethe Institute in Brussels allowed Berthold Franke to contribute to the European debate and explore Germany's role in Europe
MEPs approve non-binding resolution calling for the Commission to extend anti-discrimination efforts to sexual orientation.
Mass protest against restrictive abortion law follows similar ones across Europe
The EU must recognise the role it needs to play in tackling drink-driving
Report finds more people with jobs in the EU are living in poverty as a result of the financial crisis.
Commission says the EU needs to act now to stamp out violent extremism
European Parliament report says the EU response to the horsemeat scandal has been inadequate.
Cities to receive €1.5 million in cultural funding.
The controversial issue of whether to ban refillable e-cigarettes will be for national governments to decide in the coming years, under a final deal on revising EU tobacco rules reached yesterday (18 December).
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Special report: Europe's cities
Published Thursday, 16 May 2013
Europe's cities are pushing for greater attention at the EU level
The Commission's plan to bring water supply under public procurement rules is worrying local governments
Tapping into the growth potential of European cities tops the list of challenges facing policymakers
Each year, two cities in the European Union are designated ‘European capital of culture'. They are selected by their national governments, with [...]
Cities can be environmentally friendly, but it helps if they are wealthy
Despite the image it projects, analysis shows that the Belgian capital is becoming greener
Cities can take measures to cut pollution, but sometimes the problem is out of their hands
London position as a global financial centre is under threat
Members of the European Parliament want to hold all the meetings in Brussels and centralise its administration there.