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Brussels

Federal region of Belgium comprising 19 municipalities

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Chris Price
April 27, 2021
The Telegraph
Also from this evening's Front Page newsletter: How Europe is frighteningly close to another Covid blunder. Sign up below
Rebecca Speare-Cole
April 12, 2021
news.google.com
WHO director general Dr Tedros Ghebreyesus said that public health measures and global vaccine equity would curb the deadly impacts of the disease.
Nell Mackenzie - Business reporter, BBC News
April 6, 2021
news.yahoo.com
Budding academic entrepreneurs say that scientific discovery is only the start of the journey.
April 2, 2021
International Business Times UK
Police said that three officers were wounded, one of whom was taken to hospital, and four people were arrested.
Rajeev Syal and Lisa O'Carroll
March 31, 2021
the Guardian
Industry claims it was misled by Defra over post-Brexit position and will sue unless trade with Europe restarts soon
March 24, 2021
The Economic Times
Blinken and Cavusoglu met at NATO in Brussels and discussed a dispute over Ankara's purchase of Russian S-400 defence systems, conflicts in Syria and Libya, as well as the situation in the eastern Mediterranean, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said.
March 23, 2021
The Economic Times
After four years of friction with Washington under the presidency of Donald Trump, who said the alliance was obsolete and harangued allies over defence spending targets, NATO's European allies have welcomed the change in tone, saying they are once again being consulted on strategy.
March 22, 2021
International Business Times UK
The coronavirus, which has killed more than 2.7 million people, has been spreading faster recently, with new infections up globally by 14 percent in the last week.
Linton Besser
March 10, 2021
www.abc.net.au
Australian exporters to Europe are likely to face millions of dollars in new tariffs after the European Parliament votes to move forward with a carbon levy on products from countries lacking serious pollution reduction programs.
Chris Price
March 3, 2021
The Telegraph
Your evening guide: Chancellor braces the public for five years of tax pain and Nicola Sturgeon comes out fighting at Alex Salmond inquiry
James Crisp
March 2, 2021
The Telegraph
Austria and Denmark to go it alone after Slovakia, Poland, Hungary and Czech Republic negotiate for jabs outside of EU scheme
February 25, 2021
International Business Times UK
Several EU officials and diplomats warned on Wednesday that, while they back a verifiable vaccination record, it is too early to look at using "vaccine passports" to permit easier travel.
Danny Boyle
February 18, 2021
The Telegraph
Plus: Lord Frost replaces Gove, Sir Keir Starmer's 10-year vision & the new rules of society romance
Ciaran McGrath
February 16, 2021
Express.co.uk
BRITAIN no longer has to put up with Brussels' attempts to bully it into submission, especially when it comes to the financial sector, the co-chairman of a new campaign group has said.
Luke Hawker
February 15, 2021
Express.co.uk
THE Bank of England is preparing to tear up the EU rulebook as Brexit Britain begins to re-shape the financial sector.
Tom Evans
February 14, 2021
Express.co.uk
LONDON is dominating the EU with almost half of the world's global currency trading taking place in the City, quelling fears that the square mile could suffer as a consequence of Brexit.
Mike Butcher
February 13, 2021
TechCrunch
However, finding funding for startups is still a "difficult task today" said one, as the ecosystem suffers from a lack of "scale capital" for later rounds.
Phillip Inman, Daniel Boffey and Kalyeena Makortoff
February 13, 2021
the Guardian
The EU has long resented the UK's clout in financial services, and now Brexit has given it a chance to take the Square Mile down a peg
Tom Evans
February 13, 2021
Express.co.uk
LONDON is poised to thrive and enjoy a boom post-Brexit as 'no one in their right mind' would allow their financial regulations to be 'dictated' by Brussels, a commentator claimed.
Mike Butcher
February 13, 2021
TechCrunch
However, finding funding for startups is still a "difficult task today" said one, as the ecosystem suffers from a lack of "scale capital" for later rounds.
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