The May government has added travel, phone charges, consumer goods and legal complications to its no-deal Brexit impact list. The Bank of England chief warns of a possible property crash.
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn + A flood of important visitors has hit Skopje, and this is continuing, clearly part of a coordinated […]
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn + Rome is enraged with European Economic Affairs Commissioner Pierre Moscovici. Moscovici noted on Thursday that the rise […]
The 48-hour strike action is schedule to start just after midnight on Sept. 30.
Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn + Ankara made a significant step towards restoring market confidence on Thursday, hiking interest rates by 24%. The […]
Thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes in the Philippines ahead of the arrival of the Super Typhoon, Mangkhut. It’s expected to make landfall later today and could […]
French leader Emmanuel Macron’s party LREM is polling to win 21.5 percent of votes in next year’s EU election, compared to 21 percent by the far-right, the Rassemblement National (formerly […]
Th next EU budget is the most pivotal opportunity to advance a vision for Europe rooted in human rights and that builds a Union that works for all its members.
“If we ever reach an agreement [with Kosovo], Serbia would need to get clear guarantees that it’d become an EU member in 2025,” Serb president Aleksandar Vucic told Reuters on […]
House prices in the UK could plunge by 35 percent in three years after a no-deal Brexit and the British economy could suffer a 2008-type financial shock, British central bank […]