EU Confidential #151, presented by The Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU: Coronavirus quandaries — New British Chamber CEO

Listen to the podcast on Spotify | Apple | Google | Soundcloud | Stitcher What standards should we expect from politicians, professors and public health experts as they guide us through this crisis? And where does science end and politics begin? POLITICO’s Andrew Gray, Matthew Kartnischnig, Rym Momtaz and Kate Day debate those questions and other coronavirus quandaries. And the brand new head of […]

EU Confidential #151, presented by The Croatian Presidency of the Council of the EU: Coronavirus quandaries — New British Chamber CEO

Listen to the podcast on Spotify | Apple | Google | Soundcloud | Stitcher

What standards should we expect from politicians, professors and public health experts as they guide us through this crisis? And where does science end and politics begin? POLITICO’s Andrew Gray, Matthew Kartnischnig, Rym Momtaz and Kate Day debate those questions and other coronavirus quandaries.

And the brand new head of the British Chamber of Commerce to the EU and Belgium, Daniel Dalton, talks about what his members want from negotiations between the U.K. and EU as a crunch point looms. The former member of the European Parliament explains why he thinks a win-win outcome is still possible.

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German football ready for kick-off (behind closed doors)

Decision will allow league to conclude fixtures by the end of June.

German football ready for kick-off (behind closed doors)

BERLIN — Football matches in Germany’s top two divisions will begin without spectators from May 16, making it the first major European country to announce a return to top-flight football.

The announcement by the Deutsche Fußball Liga association on Thursday follows talks between Chancellor Angela Merkel and the leaders of Germany’s 16 federal states that included a commitment to allow the Bundesliga to resume in the second half of May with strict hygiene protocols in place.

Those in favor of a restart include the leaders of Germany’s populous states of Bavaria and North-Rhine Westphalia, but critics argue such a quick restart will be a drain on testing resources.

Earlier this week, the DFL said it had tested 1,724 players and staff across the 36 teams in the two leagues and found 10 positive coronavirus cases. A second round of 1,695 tests has just been completed with two further infections, the association said Thursday.

The DFL was keen to finish the season, which has nine rounds of games to go, by the end of June to comply with sponsorship and broadcasting agreements. Under the revised timetable, the final round of Bundesliga games will take place on June 27, the DFL said.

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