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Three months on, Brexit remains more elusive than ever

If a week is a long time in politics, then surely three months is a millennium. But that is precisely how much time has...
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UK doesn’t need free trade agreements to prosper, IEA think tank claims

The Institute of Economic Affairs has published a report claiming that the UK doesn't need free trade agreements to prosper. Penned by Professor of Economics at...
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EU ministers push forward ’emergency brake’ for visa-free travel

Ministers at the Council of the European Union announced plans for an 'emergency brake' on visa-free travel, after France and Germany proposed curbing travel...

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2016 EU Justice Scorecard shows sharp contrasts in members’ legal systems

The European Commission has published its fourth Justice Scorecard, which ranks member states’ legal systems. Criteria include efficiency, ease of access, and time need...
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Belgium, Netherlands to distribute iodine pills for nuclear safety

Belgian Health Minister Maggie De Block has told local media that every Belgian is to receive iodine pills to safeguard against any potential nuclear incidents. Iodine...

European Court of Justice upholds ban on prisoner votes

The European Court of Justice has ruled that laws preventing prisoners from voting can continue across all member states.

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EU referendum poll shows 17 point lead to stay in UK

An EU referendum poll for The Daily Mail has found a 17 point lead in the vote to remain in or leave the European Union.