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Czech lawmakers strip billionaire premier candidate of immunity[Politics / News] Czech lawmakers stripped billionaire Andrej Babiš of his parliamentary immunity yesterday (6 September) after allegations of EU funding fraud emerged against the populist leader tipped to win October's general election.

Polish PM accuses Macron of pursuing ‘protectionism’ in EU[Global Europe / News] Polish Prime Minister Beata SzydÅ‚o accused French President Emmanuel Macron of "trying to introduce protectionism" on Wednesday (6 September) amid a clash over his proposals to overhaul a controversial EU rule on sending workers abroad.

German parties clash over creating digital ministry after election[Digital / News] German political parties disagree over whether there should be a new federal ministry overseeing all digital policies after the 24 September election.



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After year of ‘repression’ in Bahrain, West remains silent, Amnesty says [Politics / News]

‘Unexpectedly good times for the EU’ by Andrew Hammond [Politics / Opinion]

Nord Stream 2 and the Energy Union: Friends or foes?Nord Stream 2 and the Energy Union: Friends or foes? [Energy & Environment / Video]
The Energy Union is one of the flagship initiatives of the Juncker Commission. It aims at strengthening the EU’s energy security and ensure the functioning of the internal energy market.

GDPR: A challenge for the financial services industry by James Kemp [Digital / Opinion]

Commission relaxes CAP payment rules for weather-afflicted farmers [Agrifood / News]

The Brief, powered by Eni – The Brexit tango: Does it really take two? [Politics / News]

Greece and Bulgaria sign ‘Sea2Sea’ project, hoping for EU funding [Global Europe / News]

Survey: Serbia’s heart is in the East, pocket in the West [Global Europe / News]

Belgium seeks EU court opinion on EU-Canada free trade deal [Economy & Jobs / News]

Duff: New joint EU-UK court needed post Brexit [Politics / Blog]


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Tajani maps out strategy for European Parliament 2019 elections [Politics / News]

Vision for EU takes centre stage in Juncker’s state of union address [Politics / News]

Better energy efficiency measures could cut UK costs by billions [Energy & Environment / News]

EU court says Hungary and Slovakia must accept refugees [Global Europe / News]

France bans production of hydrocarbons [Energy & Environment / News]

German minister: Berlin needs to halve coal capacity by 2030 to meet Paris goals [Health / News]

Will the European Parliament take the high road on climate and forests? by Hanna Aho [Energy & Environment / Opinion]

Manufacturers to withdraw soft drinks from EU schools from 2018 [Agrifood / News]

Britain could still reverse Brexit, former minister Heseltine says [Politics / News]

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