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Britain to get tough on the EU: David Cameron's new vow to take back powers ...
The Prime Minister has vowed to go on the offensive in the coming weeks as he attempts to thrash out changes to our relationship with Europe. And he could issue the exit warning as early as next month's Tory party conference if he feels negotiations ...
Juncker tells EU leaders to pick more female Commission candidatesBBC News
Cameron 'preparing EU quit threat'The Courier
Cameron to back Poland's Donald Tusk as European council presidentThe Guardian
Herald Scotland -Reuters UK -Project Syndicate
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EU membership: Politics could get in the way of a smooth entry
Aberdeen Press and Journal
European legal experts believe political pragmatism will overcome any problems with regards to Scotland's membership of the EU in the event of a Yes vote, but warn UK and Scottish politics could prevent a smooth entry within 18 months, Tim Pauling reports.

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The Independent

Dear Mr Cameron: US and EU politicians had been drumming up the conflict in ...
The Independent
The British Prime Minister shows a staggering arrogance and frightening lack of historical perspective in supporting the neo-Nazi regime of the Ukrainian government, and luring the Russian Federation into a conflict with the European Union and the West ...
Humanitarian convoy to Ukraine: Trojan horse or genuine aid mission?Russia Beyond the Headlines

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DK accuses gov't of scheme to quit EU
An MEP of the leftist Democratic Coalition (DK) has called on the prime minister and the government to drop “preparations to quit the European Union”. Speaking to MTI on Wednesday, Peter Niedermuller, who is also DK's deputy leader, insisted that Prime ...

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The Guardian

Boris Johnson: Britain could have glorious future outside EU
The Guardian
Boris Johnson has said Britain could have a "great and glorious future" outside the EU, as he positions himself as one of the most Eurosceptic senior politicians in the Conservative party. While the prime minister took his break in Portugal, the London ...
'Better to quit' an unreformed EUThe Courier
Boris Johnson says Britain could have good future outside European
Don't fear European Union exit, says Boris JohnsonBBC News
Evening Standard -The Week UK -The Times (subscription)
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When science meets politics: the EU's impact assessment review
The European Commission is reviewing its impact assessment guidelines amid accusations that science is becoming increasingly politicised and scientists manipulated by policymakers and powerful interest groups.

Thanh Nien Daily

Vietnam, EU issue joint press statement
Thanh Nien Daily
President Barroso reiterated the EU's support for a political-diplomatic process and the rights of claimants to seek peaceful resolution of disputes in accordance with international law, including through legal dispute settlement mechanisms. President ...
Breaking newsTuoitrenews
EU, VN aim to conclude free trade negotiationsVietNamNet Bridge
Roundup: E.U. vows to support Vietnam in reform processGlobalPost

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EU response to Russia-Ukraine conflict impacts Hungary's interests, says Varga
The European Union's response to the conflict between Ukraine and Russia and the latter country's embargo negatively impact Hungary's business interests, economy minister Mihaly Varga said on Friday. In his address given at an award-giving ceremony, ...

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Hundreds of EU migrants to pay tax in Britain for first time under new plans
Under the tough new measures - which could help drive down immigration levels - up to a quarter of a million temporary workers from the EU will be stripped of the right to use the £10,000 tax-free personal allowance. It means as many as 250,000 ...

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Canada to clinch trade deal with EU in September
Canada and the European Union will release final details of their mammoth trade deal on Sept. 25 in Ottawa, ending a marathon 10 months of bargaining since Prime Minister Stephen Harper flew off to Brussels to sign the initial agreement in principle.

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