Europe Needs Free Trade, But Not the Euro
Will chronic fiscal troubles prompt Greece to leave the Eurozone and possibly the European Union? It’s an urgent question, but it’s even more important for us to acknowledge that the European Union’s problems are not uniquely Greek. Deeper concerns should prompt us to rethink the wisdom of the Eurozone itself.
Immigration is EU Citizens’ Main Concern – Survey
Sunday, 02 August 2015 12:17
European Union citizens see immigration as the major challenge facing the bloc currently, according to Spring 2015 Standard Eurobarometer survey published on Friday.
Germany's Schaeuble wants to rebalance EU Commission's role
Thursday, 30 July 2015 20:38
Germany's finance minister wants to correct the balance between the European Commission's political role and its regulatory powers, reflecting concern in Berlin over the EU executive's neutrality as its political clout grows.
A spokeswoman for the German Finance Ministry said on Thursday that Wolfgang Schaeuble had raised the idea at a meeting of European Union finance ministers in Brussels two weeks ago.
Catalonia Would Not Expect Red Carpet Welcome from EU
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:25
According to the head of the pro-independence Catalan National Assembly, European Union will not encourage Catalonia if the region decides to secede from Spain.
Desperate Cameron hires business leaders to help secure European Union reforms
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:00
A DESPERATE David Cameron has hired business chiefs in his battle to reform Britain’s role in the European Union, it was revealed last night.
President Barack Obama has no right to lecture us on EU, Stephen Pollard says
Sunday, 26 July 2015 17:14
LADIES and gentleman, we now have a new definition of chutzpah, the Yiddish word for cheek.
By STEPHEN POLLARD
Give us a vote on EU exit next year, top business leader urges Cameron
Sunday, 02 August 2015 12:10
DAVID Cameron must bring his in-out referendum on the European Union forward to autumn next year, a top business leader has said.
How Germany Prevailed in the Greek Bailout
Thursday, 30 July 2015 09:09
BERLIN — At the height of crucial negotiations over the latest bailout of Greece this month, Germany circulated a proposal that undercut decades of promises about the march toward deeper European unity: Greece, it said, could be offered a temporary exit from the euro.
Europe's Growing Desire for Political Union
Tuesday, 28 July 2015 15:18
Now that Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan has joined calls to create a political union, parliament and budget for the euro zone, it's clear that closer euro area integration is on the immediate agenda. And it's no wonder: The Greek crisis has brought the issue to a head. Greece's new status as a "colony" under tight outside control, much bemoaned by critics of the country's third bailout, now looks as if it may be a precursor to what awaits all the other countries that use the euro.
Billionaire chemicals boss backs EU exit with claim Britain will THRIVE away from Brussels
Monday, 27 July 2015 06:38
BILLIONAIRE industrialist Jim Ratcliffe today became the latest top businessman to forecast that Britain could THRIVE outside the European Union.
In Athens, Greeks Wonder Whether Tsipras Folded or Restored Dignity
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WHERE IS MY EUROPEAN UNION?
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EU launches antitrust investigation into Amazon over e-books
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UK Budget busted by EU Cranks
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Crumbling EU recovery threatens UK growth: Figures show that Britain's economy grew at its slowest pace in a year
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