Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party won a commanding majority in the British Parliament, a striking victory that redraws the lines in British politics and paves the way for the country’s exit from the European Union early next year.
Innovation agency Design Terminal will launch a two-year programme to help connect start-ups and SMEs developing innovations in eastern and central Europe with western European markets, the agency’s director said.
Member states’ ambassadors meeting in the Council’s permanent representatives committee today agreed on a negotiating mandate concerning the proposal to amend regulation (EC) N° 715/2007 on type approval of motor vehicles with respect to emissions from light passenger and commercial vehicles (Euro 5 and Euro 6) and on access to vehicle repair and maintenance information.
The infringements of EU law of which Slovenia accuses Croatia are ancillary to the issue of determining the boundary between those two States, which is a matter of public international law.
A few months after the European Elections, Parliament’s autumn Eurobarometer survey, the Parlemeter 2019, shows citizens’ support for membership in the European Union settling on a high level. Nearly six in ten Europeans continue to be in favour of their country’s EU membership.
On the occasion of her first official visit outside Europe, the new President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, announced today in Addis Ababa a significant boost to the EU’s cooperation with Ethiopia.
ECHA has published a list of over 21 000 REACH registered substances mapped in its ‘chemical universe’. The substances have been divided into five pools based on the regulatory actions in place, initiated or considered for them. It also highlights that there are still thousands of substances for which possible actions have not yet been […]
EMA has published an infographic describing the journey of a medicine for human use authorised through EMA, from initial research to discussions on patient access to medicines across the EU.
Students from 33 different countries will travel to Brussels in March 2020 to take part in a European Youth Summit on Climate.
Following recent developments in the investigation into the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia in 2017, MEPs visited Malta between 3-4 December to take stock of the situation on the ground.