Split over strengthening the posting-of-workers directive.
It is not often that Malta wins anything in Europe, so Entre Nous feels compelled to point out that last weekend a Maltese singer emerged victorious from the Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
If we are serious about eradicating AIDS we need to focus on prevention – this requires the promotion of reproductive health and family planning.
Unemployment rate was 12.1% in October.
Lobbying intensifies ahead of talks on revising EU laws on tobacco.
The far-right may be more anti-Muslim than anti-Semitic, but they maintain the anti-humanist, cynical, and racist worldview of their predecessors in the 1930s
St Andrew's Day (30 November) is a national holiday in Scotland (as well as being a big deal in Romania, Ukraine and Russia) so this year's official celebrations at Scotland House, the offices in Brussels of the [...]
Council ministers expected to agree position at meeting next week.
Bulgarian workers on Wednesday (20 November) joined the widening demonstrations against the government.
Are separatists allowed to get together? It would seem so, because the European Free Alliance (EFA) hosted an event in the European Parliament last week on “the right to decide”.
Those who oppose the extremism of the far-right should not delude themselves that Euro-enthusiasm is the only way of combating the unpalatable.
Total budget will be €449.4 million over a seven-year period.
Borg calls for GM maize decision at December council of environment ministers.
The European Commission will next week present new rules for member states subsidising their national film industries, in an attempt to reduce the extent to which governments tie film production companies to giving work [...]
Three petitions have the support of at least one million EU citizens.
Only a few member states have set up the required transparency websites and control centres that the law requires to be in force by tomorrow.
Do you want your politicians in Europe to be influential? Then you should ask if they speak English before you vote for them
How to regulate e-cigarettes yet to be decided in talks between MEPs and member states.
Compromise should increase safety.
Cameron calls for system to be changed.
Germans' trust in the euro has increased throughout the financial crisis
Vote in favour of visual warnings on packs E-cigarettes would be treated as tobacco
A vote by the Council of Europe's political body could shift the debate about national security towards transparency.
You that have tears to shed, prepare to shed them now. CyBC, the Cypriot national broadcaster, has announced that Cyprus will not take part in next year's Eurovision Song Contest.
The European Commission's antitrust team is supposed to crack down on the exchange of confidential information between businesses. So what was it doing last week, apparently assisting in the exchange of such information [...]
Proposal to regulate e-cigarettes as medicines rejected
Members of the European Parliament will be voting next week on legislation that would impose stricter rules on the marketing and labelling of tobacco.
Andor wants proposal to allow for automatic support to social security schemes in crisis-hit countries.
What is it all about?
It is hard to get through a working week without stumbling over a European day of something or other.