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EU proposing €750bn recovery fund in response to pandemic crisis

The EU Commission is proposing a €750bn fund to help the bloc’s economy through the deep recession induced by the coronavirus pandemic, commissioner Paolo...

Satellites aiming to measure carbon emissions ‘will not be used to police world’ say EU

Satellites aimed at measuring the carbon emissions of specific regions will not be used to police nations, European officials have said. The European Commission’s Dinka...

Johnson tells EU he will not appoint a new UK commissioner

Britain will not appoint a new EU commissioner despite demands from Brussels to do so, UK Government has confirmed. Britain’s ambassador to the EU Sir...

Johnson has told ‘so many lies’ during Brexit campaign, says Juncker

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told “so many lies” during the Brexit campaign, the outgoing president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has...

We can have a Brexit deal, Jean-Claude Juncker insists

Jean-Claude Juncker has insisted that “we can have a deal” on Brexit ahead of the Halloween deadline. But the European Commission president was unable to...

EU demands ‘concrete proposals’ from Johnson amid signs of shift over Brexit

Boris Johnson and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker will talk today as efforts continue to find a Brexit deal. The British Prime Minister has been...

EU leaders pull all-nighter at summit on key positions

European Union leaders have pulled an all-nighter at a summit but failed to agree on the list of candidates for the bloc's key posts,...

EU leaders toil to decide on top jobs

European Union leaders have struggled to narrow down a list of candidates for key posts amid deep divisions over how to best balance political,...

‘Nebulous’ comment was not aimed at Theresa May, says Jean-Claude Juncker

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that the EU's Withdrawal Agreement with the UK is not up for renegotiation. It comes after British Prime Minister...

Burn from European Commission ‘too busy’ to interfere in UK general election

The European Commission has hit back at claims by British Prime Minister Theresa May that Brussels is meddling in the UK General Election by...

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FIFA referees’ chief Pierluigi Collina calls for more use of pitchside monitor

Referees’ chief Pierluigi Collina has underlined the importance of using pitchside monitors and warned video assistant referees must not to show the “wrong kind...

Britain heads for sharpest economic slump of major economies in Covid-19 storm

Britain will suffer the sharpest peak-to-trough economic slump of any major economy this year, rating agency Moody’s has warned, and ramp up national debt...

Johnny Depp tells High Court no other woman has accused him of violence

Johnny Depp has told the High Court he has never before been accused of hitting a woman, as he continued to give evidence in...

Comet provides spectacular show as it streaks past Earth

A newly discovered comet is streaking past Earth, providing a stunning night-time show after buzzing the sun and expanding its tail. Comet Neowise swept within...

Hagia Sophia formally restored as mosque by Turkish president

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has formally reconverted Istanbul’s sixth-century Hagia Sophia into a mosque. He declared it open to Muslim worship on Friday, hours...
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