The Brussels ViewPoint is written by Corporate Dispatch correspondent in Brussels, Denise Grech and was first published on The CorporateDispatch Week.
There have been some … Read more
Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria expected to highlight to EU that the migration problem isn’t just about Italy and Malta
The EU’s migration plans should focus on the Eastern Mediterranean, not just Italy and Malta, three EU countries will say this week.
In a document, … Read more
The European Commission has sent Italy a letter saying that Rome risks a cut in EU structural funds unless it maintains “an adequate level” of … Read more
Finland has been ranked as the EU country with the costliest alcohol prices.
Newly released data from Eurostat put Finland at the top of a … Read more
Iran will “take a strong step” away from its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers if Europe cannot offer the country new terms by a … Read more
League chief Matteo Salvini’s call for snap Italian elections after he turned on his own coalition partner faced mounting resistance on Sunday, with both his … Read more
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said the Balkan state’s government will compensate owners who voluntarily cull their domestic pigs, as the country works to stamp … Read more
A dangerously intense heatwave across much of Europe continued to grip most of Western Europe with higher temperatures registered Thursday after already breaking records in … Read more
A recently released – and subsequently deleted – document published by a NATO-affiliated body confirmed a long-held open secret: U.S. nuclear weapons are being stored … Read more
Poland tops list of countries giving first residency permits to nonEU nationals – Ukraine tops the receiving end list – Malta’s main recipients are Serbians
More than three million first residence permits were granted by European Union member states in 2017, figures from the bloc’s official statistics agency revealed on … Read more
In 2018, the EU refused entry to more non-EU citizens than in 2017, but fewer were found to be illegally staying within EU borders or … Read more
Syphilis cases skyrocket across Europe with numbers more than double in Iceland, Ireland, UK, Germany and Malta
Syphilis cases have skyrocketed in Europe with reported cases up 70% since 2010, a new report has claimed.
Experts from the European Centre for Disease … Read more
The global shared economy online accommodation platform Airbnb has given in to pressure from the European Commission pressure and will change the way it advertises … Read more
European powers took their first step on Tuesday toward punishing Iran for breaking its nuclear agreement, triggering the deal’s mechanism to resolve breaches.
The foreign … Read more
Iran on Monday said that the last chance for saving its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers will pass after a 60-day deadline.
The warning … Read more
The European Union launched an ambitious effort earlier this year to combat election interference: an early-warning system that would sound alarms about Russian propaganda. Despite … Read more