Europe

EU Parliament preps legal action against Commission over...

'EU Member States that violate the rule of law should not receive EU funds,' the Parliament president said.

UK inks Pfizer and MSD antiviral deals as cases surge

The plan aims to treat vulnerable people who become infected with COVID-19 this winter.

Borrell: China’s threats to Taiwan pose risk to EU

Borrell says microchips like those produced on Taiwan are indispensable to the EU's digital development.

EU’s green food plan survives lobby push in MEPs’ votes

European Parliament vote sets EU on a track to friendlier farming and healthier food.

Romanian MPs reject Dacian Cioloș as prime minister

Former MEP falls far short of number needed to form a government.

Russia’s Alexei Navalny wins EU’s Sakharov Prize

Jailed Kremlin critic wins human rights prize.

UK to speed up legislation to tackle harmful digital content

Online Safety Bill would see social media platforms fined for not doing enough to protect users from harmful content.

Germany proposes joint border patrols on Polish territory

German interior minister condemns Minsk and Moscow, amid sharp rise in the number of undocumented migrants arriving from Belarus.

EU leaders to discuss Poland dispute at summit

European Council President Charles Michel has added the rule-of-law issue to the agenda.

UK records huge jump in human trafficking referrals: Report

Undocumented victims of trafficking could be 'reluctant to approach authorities' as a result of Brexit and Britain's immigration reforms.

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