The European Union shares responsibility for migration policy with the national governments of its member countries, who have agreed on common standards on legal migration and receiving asylum-seekers in a fair and dignified manner. However, the EU is still in the process of reforming its asylum and migration policy.
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Financial support needed to cut our energy bills and reduce energy consumption.
Poor insulation costs money and destroys the planet. Renovating poorly insulated homes can save us as much as 1100 euros each year — and the ECB and the European Commission have the funds to publicly finance this essential need for renovations but are dragging their feet. Central banks in Japan and other parts of AsiaContinue reading “Financial support needed to cut our energy bills and reduce energy consumption.”
New laws to protect media freedom and pluralism in our democracies
With the 2024 European elections on the horizon, in 2023 the EU is set to adopt new laws to protect media freedom and pluralism in our democracies. These include a proposal, known as the anti-SLAPPs directive, to protect journalists, as well as anyone else exercising their right to freedom of expression, from abusive lawsuits. AContinue reading “New laws to protect media freedom and pluralism in our democracies”
European Parliament and EYE Village again a hustle and bustle of young people
Once more from 9-10 June, the European Parliament and the EYE Village will be a hustle and bustle of young people engaged in panel debates, workshops, stands and artistic activities! The EYE (European Youth Event) brings thousands of young people from across the European Union and the world together both at the European Parliament inContinue reading “European Parliament and EYE Village again a hustle and bustle of young people”
A year of courage, caring, pain, hope, endurance and above all a year of unity (1)
Looking back at those 12 months that brought the Ukrainian people full misery in “The furious year of invincibility.”
EU approves ban on gas, diesel cars starting in 2035
The European Union has approved a law banning the sale of petrol or diesel cars from 2035
Europe sucked into a war against Russia
Ukraines war against Russia has developed during the previous months such that the contributions made by other countries in defence of Ukraine ended up involving all of Eorpa in this war.
2023 January 10 Beyond Brexit
With Europe faced with the biggest, bloodiest war on the Continent since 1945, the European Union and Nato on Tuesday agreed that it would be easier and safer to rely on the United States for security.
The Telegraph Chopper’s politics for Tuesday 2023 January 10
Good evening, As a veteran of the Brexit Wars 2017-2020, I have learned to be highly sceptical of claims of a breakthrough in the talks about a settlement over the Northern Ireland Protocol. That was how I felt when the United Kingdom and European Union hailed a big advance in Brexit talks over the NorthernContinue reading “The Telegraph Chopper’s politics for Tuesday 2023 January 10”
The Telegraph Beyond Brexit Bulletin for 2023 January 03
The Prime Minister has pledged to review all Brussels rules by the end of this year Credit: James Manning/PA Wire The PM knows a bonfire of EU red tape risks undoing reset relations with Europe By Nick Gutteridge, POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT Just like his two predecessors, Rishi Sunak’s first New Year in office has come accompaniedContinue reading “The Telegraph Beyond Brexit Bulletin for 2023 January 03”