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Poland: Sleepwalking In the EU
Kaczyński neither likes nor understands Europe. Much indicates that he is not intending to change that attitude in the future, which creates rather a greater problem for the European political mainstream as it would mean that one of the EU largest ...

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EU commissioner raises doubts over water fine proposal
But now the European Commission has expressed major doubts about this proposal in a letter seen by RTÉ's The Week in Politics. The letter to Fine Gael MEP Brian Hayes from Mr Vella says the Fianna Fáil proposal would not establish a reliable source of ...
FF stands by water fines plan after stark warning of 'trouble' in EU letterIrish Independent

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World Politics Review

How EU Politics Have Turned Greece's Debt Into a Never-Ending Crisis
World Politics Review
In this week's Trend Lines podcast, WPR's editor-in-chief, Judah Grunstein, and senior editor, Frederick Deknatel, discuss what election results from the Netherlands could mean for populist movements across Europe. For the Report, Yiannis Baboulias ...


Erdogan Says Turkey May Review Refugee Deal, Relations With EU
The EU accounted for 48 percent of Turkey's exports last year, according to data from Turkey's statistics institute. “The Turkish government is putting domestic political considerations and the upcoming referendum ahead of bilateral relations with its ...
Preemptive “Turexit” vote? Turkey may call for referendum on EU membershipHot Air
Erdogan: Turkey might hold referendum on EU membershipMcClatchy Washington Bureau

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Rise above political bickering, EU urges Macedonia leaders
SKOPJE Macedonia needs to rise above political feuding and form a government as soon as possible to unblock the Balkan country's path to European Union membership, the EU said on Tuesday. An EU summit earlier this month placed the Balkans high on ...

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BBC News

EU's chief negotiator challenges Theresa May directly over Brexit talks
The Guardian
In a speech to the committee of the regions, a little-known EU institution intended to give a voice to local and regional leaders, Barnier said that despite his desire for an agreement with London he would not be naive when he sits down with David ...
Brexit: EU summit on 29 April to discuss way aheadBBC News
Theresa May to trigger Article 50 next week and start Brexit talks with EU leadersThe Independent

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Labour to oppose 'Henry VIII powers' being used to rewrite EU laws
The Guardian
Ministers argue that they need the powers because leaving the EU will require a vast body of law to be rewritten and many of the changes that will be made to primary legislation using Henry VIII powers will be technical. Speaking on the BBC's Sunday ...

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Borisov's pro-EU party beats Socialists in Bulgaria's snap election
The Guardian
Boiko Borisov, the comeback specialist of Bulgarian politics, looked to have done it again as exit polls from a snap election put his pro-EU centre-right party in first place. Borisov's European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party won about 32%, the ...

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EU Politics : Berlin accuses Erdogan of playing politics in anti-Europe attacks
Germany's foreign minister on Saturday openly accused Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan of ramping up anti-European rhetoric in a bid to score political points back home ahead of a key referendum. Sigmar Gabriel described Erdogan's comments, including ...

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The Independent

Pro-EU march to go ahead in London despite Westminster attack
The Guardian
Organisers of a pro-Europe demonstration in London have said it will go ahead as planned on Saturday despite concern that a major political protest might be inappropriate after this week's nearby terrorist attack. Unite for Europe said it was important ...
European Parliament chief Brexit negotiator Guy Verhofstadt says Westminster attack shows European nations need to ...The Independent

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