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London- Honore Daumier's 1867 lithograph titled Nouvelle suspension aerienne (new aerial suspension) shows an allegorical figure of Europe supported precariously on tip of a bayonet-like weapon, her pose resembling a reclining classical sculpture.
Conservative MPs call for UK veto over EU laws The idea of a veto has been put forward by a Commons committee More than 90 Conservative MPs have written to David Cameron urging him to give Parliament a national veto over current and future EU laws.
David Cameron and his Polish counterpart Donald Tusk have sought to smooth relations amid a dispute over benefit payments to EU migrants. The two leaders had a 40-minute phone call in the wake of a row over Mr Cameron's call for migrants working in
The main responsibility of the Presidency is to preside over the creation of EU legislation, a task shared with the European Parliament, to ensure the continuity of the EU agenda, orderly legislative processes, and to represent the interests of all
The agreement reached between the Parliament and the Council is a true progress for air safety in Europe," said centre-right MEP Christine de Veyrac (European People's Party, France), the rapporteur on the dossier. "The negotiations were difficult
The final agreement on all aspects of closing down banks, for example, who will decide which bank is to be shut down and the procedure to be followed, is to be hammered out by European Union finance ministers, or the Ecofin council, today. Tonight we
The EU jargon hides once again the thorny issue of how to bring forward much delayed structural reforms in EU countries plagued by low or no growth and high unemployment. Contractual arrangements were designed to be the new instrument in the
Member of several of the key interested parties attended, with UK negotiations led by Andrea Leadsom, a Conservative member of the UK parliament, who is the chair of an influential group advocating European reform, Fresh Start, which is seen as close
Unlike many other think-tanks who are very concerned about Italian debt, which is set to reach 134% of its GDP in 2014, the Lisbon Council is convinced that the country has got what it takes to get out of the crisis. But its assessment of the French
Marlene Holzner, spokesperson to Energy Commissioner Guenther Oettinger strongly denied on Friday that the EU executive has had knowledge from a long time of the intergovernmental agreements (IGAs) with the six EU countries (Bulgaria, Hungary, Greece,