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Brisbane Times
Swedish government in turmoil over massive data breachneed to do it at a 'reasonable price' let's say. "Yeah, I say it's understanda
Brisbane Times / Posted 4 hours ago
need to do it at a 'reasonable price' let's say. "Yeah, I say it's understandable that you contract in technically skilled people from the Czech Republic," said Amelia Andersdotter, the former European Parliament leader of the Swedish Pirate P... Read more
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WA Today
Swedish government in turmoil over massive data breachthat you contract in technically skilled people from the Czech Republic," said
WA Today / Posted 5 hours ago
that you contract in technically skilled people from the Czech Republic," said Amelia Andersdotter, the former European Parliament leader of the Swedish Pirate Party.Originally published on smh.com.au as 'Swedish government in turmoil... Read more
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The Age
Swedish government in turmoil over massive data breachneed to do it at a 'reasonable price' let's say. "Yeah, I say it's understanda
The Age / Posted 6 hours ago
need to do it at a 'reasonable price' let's say. "Yeah, I say it's understandable that you contract in technically skilled people from the Czech Republic," said Amelia Andersdotter, the former European Parliament leader of the Swedish Pirate P... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Swedish government in turmoil over massive data breachneed to do it at a 'reasonable price' let's say. "Yeah, I say it's understanda
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 6 hours ago
need to do it at a 'reasonable price' let's say. "Yeah, I say it's understandable that you contract in technically skilled people from the Czech Republic," said Amelia Andersdotter, the former European Parliament leader of the Swedish Pirate P... Read more
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EuroNews
ECJ to reject protest over migrant quotas, according to preliminary opinionthe lack of legal arguments”, he told a press conference. ECJ Justice Yves Bot
EuroNews / Posted 15 hours ago
the lack of legal arguments”, he told a press conference. ECJ Justice Yves Bot maintained that the relocation is legal because of the “clearly identified emergency situation”, meaning the issue did not need to be voted on by the European Parliam... Read more
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The Star
Poland in crisis - how the president blindsided the ruling partypolitical activism with the centrist Unia Wolnosci party, advisory work for PiS
The Star / Posted 15 hours ago
political activism with the centrist Unia Wolnosci party, advisory work for PiS, and spells in government and in the European parliament. His office says there is "no official position" on whether he will stand again for president. Tomasz... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lawmakers in Europe Want the UN to Debate a Parliamentary Assembly. When Will Governments Follow?Berlin — Earlier this month, the European Parliament adopted its annual recomme
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 hours ago
Berlin — Earlier this month, the European Parliament adopted its annual recommendations on the European Union's policy at the upcoming session of the United Nations General Assembly that begins in September. The document pointed out that the EU... Read more
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express
EU politician reveals ploy to swipe Northern Ireland from UK after Brexitback under the orbit of Brussels. Dara Murphy, who serves as Vice-President of
express / Posted 16 hours ago
back under the orbit of Brussels. Dara Murphy, who serves as Vice-President of the European People's Party within the European Parliament, said that the Republic of Ireland was seeking confirmation from the European Union on the status... Read more
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Zero Hedge
EU Gives Poland One Month Ultimatum, Threatens With "Article 7 Procedure"II – Article 7 Treaty on European Union 1. On a reasoned proposal by one third
Zero Hedge / Posted 16 hours ago
II – Article 7 Treaty on European Union 1. On a reasoned proposal by one third of the Member States, by the European Parliament or by the European Commission, the Council, acting by a majority of four fifths of its members after... Read more
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express
Euro judges slap down EU over 'indiscriminate' plan to store and share YOUR sensitive datathat the European legislature has gone beyond acceptable limits for safety and
express / Posted 17 hours ago
that the European legislature has gone beyond acceptable limits for safety and surveillance. The European Commission, European Parliament and Member States must take the limitations imposed by the law and fundamental rights seriously and act... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Plans to share airline passenger details with Canada blocked by European courtmaking the prospects for a deal involving digital communications "fragile". Th
Irish Examiner / Posted 18 hours ago
making the prospects for a deal involving digital communications "fragile". The agreement was referred to the ECJ by the European Parliament, in the first time that the court has been asked to rule on the compatibility of a draft international... Read more
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express
Juncker: 'English is losing importance' – but Europe's main leaders STILL use our languageChancellor also over-rules other states and is grossly resistant to change, her
express / Posted 19 hours ago
Chancellor also over-rules other states and is grossly resistant to change, her German election rival and the former European Parliament president Martin Schulz said. Madness of King Juncker: EU boss' craziest moments Wed, July 26,... Read more
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CTV News
EU court says deal cannot be concluded as is; Canada passenger data sharing breaches privacyan interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The E
CTV News / Posted 20 hours ago
an interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The EU and Canada signed the agreement in 2014, but the European Parliament subsequently referred it to the court for a ruling on whether it was compatible with EU privacy la... Read more
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dna
Top EU court says Canada air passenger data deal must be reviseddata "are not limited to what is strictly necessary". The EU's 28 states and C
dna / Posted 20 hours ago
data "are not limited to what is strictly necessary". The EU's 28 states and Canada negotiated the deal in 2014 but the European Parliament - where the collection of data including names, travel dates, itineraries and contact details has been... Read more
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WFTV 9 Orlando
EU court: EU-Canada passenger data deal breaches privacyan interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The E
WFTV 9 Orlando / Posted 21 hours ago
an interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The EU and Canada signed the agreement in 2014, but the European Parliament subsequently referred it to the court for a ruling on whether it was compatible with EU privacy la... Read more
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CTV News
EU court: EU-Canada passenger data deal breaches privacyan interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The E
CTV News / Posted 21 hours ago
an interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The EU and Canada signed the agreement in 2014, but the European Parliament subsequently referred it to the court for a ruling on whether it was compatible with EU privacy la... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
EU court: EU-Canada passenger data deal breaches privacyan interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The E
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 21 hours ago
an interference with the fundamental right to respect for private life." The EU and Canada signed the agreement in 2014, but the European Parliament subsequently referred it to the court for a ruling on whether it was compatible with EU privacy la... Read more
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express
'Brexit BETRAYAL' Nigel Farage claims Government has 'sold out' UK with open border U-turnthe euro were dominating the argument around Brexit. Brexit debate in pictures
express / Posted yesterday
the euro were dominating the argument around Brexit. Brexit debate in pictures Mon, April 17, 2017The debate in the European Parliament in Strasbourg will focus on key issues of the Brexit talks including reciprocal rights for EU citizens,... Read more
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express
Turkey is STILL a candidate to join EU despite human rights abuses, EU chief admitsmember states decided in December not to open any new chapters.” Manfred Weber
express / Posted yesterday
member states decided in December not to open any new chapters.” Manfred Weber, chairman of the European People’s Party in European Parliament, attacked Turkey for “moving away from the European Union's values”. He said: “Turkey’s EU accession... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
German conservatives ordered to remove fake Schulz tweet - courthas been growing tension between the conservatives and the centre-left SPD led
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
has been growing tension between the conservatives and the centre-left SPD led by Schulz, former president of the European Parliament, ahead of Germany's national elections on Sept. 24. Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and the SPD are... Read more
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The Star
German conservatives ordered to remove fake Schulz tweet - courthas been growing tension between the conservatives and the centre-left SPD led
The Star / Posted yesterday
has been growing tension between the conservatives and the centre-left SPD led by Schulz, former president of the European Parliament, ahead of Germany's national elections on Sept. 24. Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and the SPD are... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Polish president emerges as independent in judiciary rowthe ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 wh
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted yesterday
the ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 when he was elected in 2015. A little-known European Parliament lawmaker for Law and Justice at the time, Duda was picked by Kaczynski because he had been a loyal aide... Read more
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Reuters
German conservatives ordered to remove fake Schulz tweet: courthas been growing tension between the conservatives and the center-left SPD led
Reuters / Posted yesterday
has been growing tension between the conservatives and the center-left SPD led by Schulz, former president of the European Parliament, ahead of Germany's national elections on Sept. 24. Merkel's Christian Democrats (CDU) and the SPD are... Read more
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MyMotherLode.com
Polish president emerges as independent in judiciary rowthe ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 wh
MyMotherLode.com / Posted yesterday
the ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 when he was elected in 2015. A little-known European Parliament lawmaker for Law and Justice at the time, Duda was picked by Kaczynski because he had been a loyal aide... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Polish president emerges as independent in judiciary rowthe ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 wh
WBOC Salisbury / Posted yesterday
the ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 when he was elected in 2015. A little-known European Parliament lawmaker for Law and Justice at the time, Duda was picked by Kaczynski because he had been a loyal aide... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Polish president emerges as independent in judiciary rowthe ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 wh
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted yesterday
the ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 when he was elected in 2015. A little-known European Parliament lawmaker for Law and Justice at the time, Duda was picked by Kaczynski because he had been a loyal aide... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Polish president emerges as independent in judiciary rowthe ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 wh
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted yesterday
the ruling party would be tempted to abuse that new power. Duda was just 43 when he was elected in 2015. A little-known European Parliament lawmaker for Law and Justice at the time, Duda was picked by Kaczynski because he had been a loyal aide... Read more
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Namibia Economist
The six flavours of Brexitthe European arrest warrant. One conclusion is that all this cannot possibly b
Namibia Economist / Posted yesterday
the European arrest warrant. One conclusion is that all this cannot possibly be dealt with by March 2019. To give the European Parliament time to ratify the Article 50 divorce, its terms must be agreed by around October 2018. Businesses that... Read more
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express
David Davis says 'trustworthy' British courts will settle EU citizens rights"trustworthy" and stressed that the role the EU wants for the ECJ is rarely, if
express / Posted yesterday
"trustworthy" and stressed that the role the EU wants for the ECJ is rarely, if ever, seen elsewhere the world. But the European Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK's approach to the negotiations. "UK... Read more
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express
‘Stop telling everyone what to do!’ Merkel accused of treating Macron like her pupilChancellor also over-rules other states and is grossly resistant to change, her
express / Posted yesterday
Chancellor also over-rules other states and is grossly resistant to change, her German election rival and the former European Parliament president Martin Schulz said. He said: “This attitude, which consists of dictating to others what they... Read more
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Bolton News
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Bolton News / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Croydon Guardian / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Daily Herald
UK Brexit minister: progress made in talks on citizen rightswill be subject ... to U.K. Parliament's approval." In a statement in support
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
will be subject ... to U.K. Parliament's approval." In a statement in support of the European Court of Justice, the European Parliament said on Tuesday it wants Britain's Brexit deal to be directly enforceable and to "include a mechanism in... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
UK Brexit minister: progress made in talks on citizen rightswill be subject ... to U.K. Parliament's approval." In a statement in support
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
will be subject ... to U.K. Parliament's approval." In a statement in support of the European Court of Justice, the European Parliament said on Tuesday it wants Britain's Brexit deal to be directly enforceable and to "include a mechanism in... Read more
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Bury Times
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Bury Times / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Gazette
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Gazette / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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guardian-series
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
guardian-series / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Harrow Times
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Harrow Times / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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This is West Country
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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Gazette News
Moral imperative to agree quick deal on citizens’ rights, says Davisrights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargai
Gazette News / Posted yesterday
rights by remaining silent on other key issues. Citizens should never be bargaining chips https://t.co/6SDcP4wbCz But the European Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt criticised the UK’s approach to the negotiations. “UK... Read more
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express
'No Brexit bill, no trade talks' EU Parliament fires blunt warning shot to May over talks THE European Parliament this morning fired a blunt warning shot to Theresa Ma
express / Posted yesterday
THE European Parliament this morning fired a blunt warning shot to Theresa May and David Davis over the progress of the negotiations, saying there can be no... Read more
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