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European Parliament

Directly elected parliamentary institution of the european union

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Sinéad Baker
April 30, 2021
Business Insider
European Parliament adopted the law despite opposition from several lawmakers and experts who warned that it could harm people's freedom of speech.
April 30, 2021
WebWire
, , , , • Swift alignment by all three EU Institutions critical in restoring free movement for EU citizens by summer., , • A clear, simple and harmonized European approach is desperately needed to reopen travel in a safe and responsible way., , , , , , Europe's aviation, travel and tourism sectors fully welcome yesterday's vote in the European Parliament on the EU's proposed Digital Green Certificate Regulation, setting trilogue negotiations between the Parliament, the Council and the European Commi...
Robin Wauters
April 28, 2021
Tech.eu
Hello! Here's what happened today in European Tech. Deals - Through an extension of a previous round, Dutch omnichannel communications platform MessageBird has now raised a whopping $1 billion. Continuing their shopping spree, MessageBird has entered a definitive agreement to purchase Colombia, Maryland-based predictive email platform SparkPost for $600 million. - London-based bring-the-internet-to-everyone provider OneWeb [...]
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
The Associated Press
April 27, 2021
CTVNews
European Union lawmakers are set to formally ratify the post-Brexit deal between the EU and the United Kingdom amid ongoing tensions between London and Brussels over Northern Ireland trade rules.
April 27, 2021
International Business Times UK
Britain left the EU on January 30 2020, but its new life with Europe only really began after the transition period on December 31.
Marc Burleigh
April 21, 2021
phys.org
The European Parliament and EU member states agreed on Wednesday a target to cut carbon emissions by at least 55 percent by 2030, in what was called a "game changer" just ahead of a US-hosted climate summit.
Science X staff
April 21, 2021
phys.org
The European Parliament and EU member states have agreed a target to cut carbon emissions by "at least" 55 percent by 2030, the EU Commission said in a statement released early Wednesday.
Nikunj Ohri & Indivjal Dhasmana
February 25, 2021
@bsindia
Goyal says Indias proposal getting widespread support
Natasha Lomas
February 10, 2021
TechCrunch
The European Union's lead data protection supervisor has recommended that a ban on targeted advertising based on tracking Internet users' digital activity be included in a major reform of digital services rules which aims to increase operators' accountability, among other key goals. The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Wojciech Wiewiorówski, made the call for a [...]
Natasha Lomas
February 10, 2021
TechCrunch
The European Union's lead data protection supervisor has recommended that a ban on targeted advertising based on tracking Internet users' digital activity be included in a major reform of digital services rules which aims to increase operators' accountability, among other key goals. The European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS), Wojciech Wiewiorówski, made the call for a [...]
Reuters
January 23, 2021
The Hindu
The invitation said lawmakers were willing to change the date to another day in February or March, however, people familiar with the companies doubted they would take up the invitation.
Natasha Lomas
January 22, 2021
TechCrunch
The European Parliament is being investigated by the EU's lead data regulator over a complaint that a website it set up for MEPs to book coronavirus tests may have violated data protection laws. The complaint, which has been filed by six MEPs and is being supported by the privacy campaign group noyb, alleges third party [...]
Natasha Lomas
January 22, 2021
TechCrunch
The European Parliament is being investigated by the EU's lead data regulator over a complaint that a website it set up for MEPs to book coronavirus tests may have violated data protection laws. The complaint, which has been filed by six MEPs and is being supported by the privacy campaign group noyb, alleges third party [...]
Thomas Colson
January 17, 2021
Business Insider
Anxiety about the deal with China includes concerns over alleged human rights abuses and fears of harming relations with the new Biden administration.
Telegraph reporters
December 27, 2020
The Telegraph
Former PM called plans for a single currency a 'rush of blood to the head' and said Commission should be 'a professional civil service'
Chris Price
December 21, 2020
The Telegraph
Your evening guide: Prime Minister expects solution to Dover ports chaos 'within hours' and EU infighting over Brexit trade deal approval
December 18, 2020
The Economic Times
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has warned that a no-deal Brexit is now a "very likely" outcome as a trade agreement with the European Union (EU) remained in a "serious situation" just under two weeks before the December 31 deadline for the end of the transition period.
The Associated Press
December 17, 2020
CTVNews
The European Union's top official said Thursday that 'substantial progress on many issues' has been made in post-Brexit talks, yet big differences remain to be bridged.
December 16, 2020
WebWire
The European Parliament is set to rubber stamp an agreement on EU farm support for the next two years and on how recovery funds will be spent in the sector. And this is bad news for agricultural resilience and the environment, writes Celia Nyssens. On the table at the European Parliament today: a two-year transition deal extending current farm subsidy rules and a scheme for how to distribute the €8 billion agriculture share of the EU coronavirus recovery package. And everything suggest...
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