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EU to impose universal phone charger for all member states

Thu 3:14 PM 38,055 Views 87 Comments

The move will be challenged by Apple.

Varadkar refuses to put timeline on CETA Dáil vote but says rejecting it would be 'own goal'
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Varadkar refuses to put timeline on CETA Dáil vote but says rejecting it would be 'own goal'

Wed 2:00 PM 17,176 Views 31 Comments

He said that rejecting the deal would send out “the wrong message to the world”

EU to donate 200m more vaccine doses to low-income countries, von der Leyen says
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EU to donate 200m more vaccine doses to low-income countries, von der Leyen says

Updated Sep 15th 2021, 9:21 AM 10,949 Views 16 Comments

Ursula von der Leyen this morning delivered her annual State of the European Union address.

Opinion: The State of the European Union: why it matters for Ireland
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Opinion: The State of the European Union: why it matters for Ireland

Sep 14th 2021, 8:00 PM 17,314 Views 46 Comments

Alexander Conway outlines why we should be listening to Ursula von der Leyen’s State of the Union address tomorrow.

DUP threatens to collapse Stormont ‘before November’ amid NI Protocol row
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DUP threatens to collapse Stormont ‘before November’ amid NI Protocol row

Updated Sep 10th 2021, 2:12 PM 17,701 Views 49 Comments

Jeffrey Donaldson said he feared negotiations over the protocol would drag on for years.

What is the best solution for the EU's migration crisis, and is Ireland doing enough?
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What is the best solution for the EU's migration crisis, and is Ireland doing enough?

Sep 8th 2021, 8:00 PM 11,294 Views 41 Comments

The next cycle of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at migration and the EU.

EU reaches deal with AstraZeneca to end legal battle over vaccine delivery
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EU reaches deal with AstraZeneca to end legal battle over vaccine delivery

Sep 3rd 2021, 2:02 PM 10,548 Views 8 Comments

AZ has made a “firm commitment” to deliver a total of 300 million vaccine doses by March next year.

Turkey warns EU to stick to past migrant deals amid fears of Afghan refugee wave
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Turkey warns EU to stick to past migrant deals amid fears of Afghan refugee wave

Aug 20th 2021, 10:33 PM 12,776 Views 5 Comments

European leaders have expressed fears of a repeat of the 2015 migrant crisis.

EU commissioner says member states must take in Afghans under 'immediate threat'
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EU commissioner says member states must take in Afghans under 'immediate threat'

Updated Aug 18th 2021, 8:18 PM 22,080 Views 45 Comments

The EU, US and 18 other countries have issued a joint statement calling for women’s safety.

'This isn't about how can we get lots of EU money, it's how can we work with Europe to deliver A and B?'
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'This isn't about how can we get lots of EU money, it's how can we work with Europe to deliver A and B?'

Aug 4th 2021, 8:00 PM 20,279 Views 29 Comments

The era of the EU spending billions on Irish roads is over – instead, the focus is on a standardised Europe-wide transport network.

Ireland has the second highest obesity rate in the EU
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Ireland has the second highest obesity rate in the EU

Jul 22nd 2021, 12:37 PM 35,588 Views 108 Comments

Research found that only Malta had a higher share of its population rated as obese.

Hungary plans to hold a referendum over its controversial LGBT law
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Hungary plans to hold a referendum over its controversial LGBT law

Jul 21st 2021, 8:26 PM 18,366 Views 53 Comments

It comes as the government is under fire over findings it used malware to spy on opposition figures.

EU to launch action against Hungary over law discriminating against LGBTQ citizens
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EU to launch action against Hungary over law discriminating against LGBTQ citizens

Jul 14th 2021, 2:20 PM 13,274 Views 116 Comments

Ursula von der Leyen has warned that the EU would use “all powers available” to force Hungary to repeal or modify the law.

Four people found dead in 'most destructive' wildfire ever in Cyprus
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Four people found dead in 'most destructive' wildfire ever in Cyprus

Jul 4th 2021, 10:59 AM 11,470 Views 4 Comments

A government minister said the blaze is the ‘most destructive’ in the eastern Mediterranean island’s history.

Six months into 2021, how close is Ireland to vaccinating 80% of the population?
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Six months into 2021, how close is Ireland to vaccinating 80% of the population?

Jul 2nd 2021, 12:05 AM 56,745 Views 44 Comments

This week marked the six-month mark in the vaccine rollout.

EU Parliament votes overwhelmingly to ban caged animal farming by 2027
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EU Parliament votes overwhelmingly to ban caged animal farming by 2027

Jun 30th 2021, 5:49 PM 16,035 Views 37 Comments

The matter will now go to the EU Commission.

UK and EU set to sign last minute truce to hold off ‘sausage war’ trade dispute
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UK and EU set to sign last minute truce to hold off ‘sausage war’ trade dispute

Jun 30th 2021, 7:01 AM 10,617 Views 19 Comments

The UK and the European Union are set to announce an extension to a grace period.

Clare Daly and Mick Wallace dispute 'fake' election observer allegations
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Clare Daly and Mick Wallace dispute 'fake' election observer allegations

Jun 28th 2021, 4:07 PM 51,162 Views 38 Comments

Daly and Wallace said that Ecuador’s and Venezuela’s elections were “conducted fairly and impartially, and their results are beyond question”.

Taoiseach tells story of gay Drogheda teenager at EU summit, as pressure ramps up on Hungary over new law
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Taoiseach tells story of gay Drogheda teenager at EU summit, as pressure ramps up on Hungary over new law

Updated Jun 25th 2021, 3:20 PM 44,408 Views 70 Comments

A majority of the leaders insisted that discrimination must not be tolerated in the 27-nation bloc.

EU to give Turkey €3 billion to help Syrian refugees inside its borders
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EU to give Turkey €3 billion to help Syrian refugees inside its borders

Jun 25th 2021, 1:29 PM 8,047 Views 11 Comments

The EU will hand over the funds to help the Turks look after the influx of people fleeing the Syrian conflict.

Ireland listening to those with ‘real concerns’ over Protocol, Coveney says
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Ireland listening to those with ‘real concerns’ over Protocol, Coveney says

Jun 24th 2021, 9:24 PM 10,294 Views 15 Comments

Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister said he hopes progress will be made in the sausage war trade dispute between the UK and the EU.

There will be 'no extension’ on deadline for post-Brexit residency scheme for EU nationals
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There will be 'no extension’ on deadline for post-Brexit residency scheme for EU nationals

Jun 23rd 2021, 7:06 AM 23,458 Views 20 Comments

EU citizens and their families have been asked to apply to the Home Office scheme by 30 June.

AstraZeneca and European Commission both claim victory in vaccine court case
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AstraZeneca and European Commission both claim victory in vaccine court case

Jun 18th 2021, 3:04 PM 20,048 Views 13 Comments

AstraZeneca has been ordered to deliver 50 million more doses by the end of September.

EU recommends countries lift travel restrictions on US tourists
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EU recommends countries lift travel restrictions on US tourists

Jun 16th 2021, 3:48 PM 13,644 Views 15 Comments

EU members agreed to add the US to the list of countries from which restrictions on non-essential travel should be removed.

Lorna Bogue: Why swim against the G7 tide? Ireland needs vision for a post-12.5% world
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Lorna Bogue: Why swim against the G7 tide? Ireland needs vision for a post-12.5% world

Jun 15th 2021, 7:00 PM 10,483 Views 28 Comments

Lorna Bogue says the writing is on the wall for the ‘charade’ that is Ireland as a tax haven.

Patience ‘very thin’ as EU threatens retaliation over Northern Ireland Protocol
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Patience ‘very thin’ as EU threatens retaliation over Northern Ireland Protocol

Updated Jun 9th 2021, 4:37 PM 21,377 Views 27 Comments
UK press hypes 'sausage trade war' with EU over Northern Ireland checks on chilled meats
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UK press hypes 'sausage trade war' with EU over Northern Ireland checks on chilled meats

Jun 8th 2021, 12:25 PM 19,424 Views 26 Comments

The EU has warned it will “react swiftly” if the UK acts unilaterally again in relation to the NI Protocol.

Legal showdown between EU and AstraZeneca begins, with EU seeking huge fine
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Legal showdown between EU and AstraZeneca begins, with EU seeking huge fine

May 26th 2021, 2:23 PM 20,670 Views 22 Comments

The Anglo-Swedish company is set to provide 70 million doses in the second quarter – it had promised 180 million.

Belarus isolation deepens as air links cut and credit offers cancelled
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Belarus isolation deepens as air links cut and credit offers cancelled

Updated May 25th 2021, 3:49 PM 70,902 Views 61 Comments

Belarusian TV yesterday broadcast a video of Roman Protasevich “confessing” to charges of organising mass unrest.

Almost a third of Irish adults plan on travelling this summer
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Almost a third of Irish adults plan on travelling this summer

May 24th 2021, 9:00 PM 35,467 Views 41 Comments

It’s estimated over a million Irish adults are planning on travelling this summer, both within Ireland and abroad.

Taoiseach heads to Brussels for sign-off on return of travel between EU countries
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Taoiseach heads to Brussels for sign-off on return of travel between EU countries

May 24th 2021, 7:46 AM 22,515 Views 28 Comments

It is possible that travel to the UK will be possible in June, and that holidays abroad will be possible in July.

EU takes step towards relaxing tourism travel for fully-vaccinated visitors
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EU takes step towards relaxing tourism travel for fully-vaccinated visitors

May 19th 2021, 3:14 PM 19,440 Views 22 Comments

EU ambassadors have agreed on measures to allow fully vaccinated visitors in.

Coveney says 'it's too early to tell' if Israel has committed war crimes in Gaza
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Coveney says 'it's too early to tell' if Israel has committed war crimes in Gaza

Updated May 16th 2021, 8:00 PM 46,035 Views 83 Comments

The Foreign Minister condemned the killing of civilians, especially children, in the last week.

EU watchdog says additive used in sweets and cakes not safe
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EU watchdog says additive used in sweets and cakes not safe

May 6th 2021, 7:59 PM 43,424 Views 20 Comments

Its use in food was suspended in France last year over health fears.

European Parliament votes to introduce EU Covid-19 passports - with some changes
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European Parliament votes to introduce EU Covid-19 passports - with some changes

Apr 29th 2021, 9:43 AM 31,300 Views 47 Comments

MEPs said that the Covid certificate system should not be in place for longer than 12 months.

'I felt alone as a woman': von der Leyen says Turkey chair controversy wouldn't have happened to a man
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'I felt alone as a woman': von der Leyen says Turkey chair controversy wouldn't have happened to a man

Apr 27th 2021, 7:27 AM 35,005 Views 33 Comments

The commission president was denied a chair at top-level talks in Ankara this month.

EU launches legal action against AstraZeneca over vaccine deliveries
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EU launches legal action against AstraZeneca over vaccine deliveries

Updated Apr 26th 2021, 1:53 PM 33,350 Views 65 Comments

The Commission confirmed legal action against the company was launched on Friday.

EU unveils 'landmark' rules on Artificial Intelligence to curb 'high-risk' technologies
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EU unveils 'landmark' rules on Artificial Intelligence to curb 'high-risk' technologies

Apr 21st 2021, 3:56 PM 10,583 Views 13 Comments

“Generalised surveillance” would be off-limits, as well as any tech “used to manipulate the behaviour, opinions or decisions” of citizens.

Almost half of Irish people don't have confidence in the EU's Covid-19 vaccines strategy
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Almost half of Irish people don't have confidence in the EU's Covid-19 vaccines strategy

Apr 21st 2021, 7:00 AM 12,870 Views 42 Comments

That’s according to a Red C poll commissioned by European Movement Ireland published today.

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