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[Global Europe] Tensions between the United States and the European Union over Iran soared into the open Tuesday (25 September) after the Europeans announced plans for a legal framework to preserve business with Tehran and evade new US sanctions.

[Politics] The European Union's answer to stop a rise of populist politics within its borders must start with a budget to help bind its members closer together and address economic inequality that tears at its seams, one official said on Tuesday.

[Alcohol] The European Commission is pushing for a “quick fix” solution to the alcohol labelling deadlock before the end of its mandate, an official close to the issue told EURACTIV.com.

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Spotify, Deezer and others call for stronger EU action against US rivals [Digital]

US ‘disturbed and deeply disappointed’ by EU over Iran sanctions [Global Europe]

EU Commission seeks ‘quick fix’ solution on alcohol labelling proposals [Alcohol]

Spotted in Parliament: Tiny horse with big job [Politics]

What to do with rejected asylum seekers? [Politics]

Moscovici: Europe needs a budget to counter populism’s ascent [Politics]

Truck emissions and the Pandora’s Box of ambition [Trucks and CO2]

Labour opens door for new Brexit poll [Politics]

British intelligence services make dramatic admission in spying case [Internet governance]

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Leap-frogging the African electricity grid with solar [Development Policy]

Pension fund chief: We are seeing a strong movement towards green financing [Green finance]

Britain’s Syriza: Corbyn looks to learn from the Greeks [Politics]

Future of European Postal Operators? [Promoted content] [Economy & Jobs]

Macedonia’s Zaev highlights economic benefits ahead of name change referendum [Neighbourhood policy]

Energy Web Foundation: Blockchain essential for EV growth, community solar [Energy & Environment]

Pesticides: greater transparency in the approval process? [Pesticides]

Hogan: EU member states will decide on agriculture innovation after 2020, not Brussels [CAP reform]

Draghi warns on protectionism as a risk for the Eurozone [Economy & Jobs]

European left plans to take over the social democrats in EU elections [EU Elections 2019]

EU citizens call for an end to the use of cages for farm animals [Agrifood]

A future tax on foreign lorries which ‘only cross over France’? [Road charging]

Rising inequality calls for a new social contract [Economy & Jobs]

Iran, major powers labor to keep nuclear deal afloat [Global Europe]

UK to favour skilled migration, no EU preference after Brexit-reports [Politics]

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