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Apr
25
Ryanair cancels over 300 flights due to French strike
Posted by on 25 April 2024 06:56 AM
Delays and flight cancellations are set to impact swathes of Europe today, after authorities failed to reach a deal with some French air traffic control workers to avert a strike.
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Apr
23
MEPs approve ban on products made using forced labour
Posted by on 23 April 2024 12:01 AM
The European Parliament has overwhelmingly approved new measures to ban the sale, import and export of goods made using forced labour.
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Apr
23
The European Court of Auditors has said that electric car prices would need to halve to ensure they are adopted by the mass market.
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Apr
18
The European Union is to deepen sanctions on Iran following its drone and missile attack against Israel at the weekend.
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Apr
18
EU leaders told shake-up needed to match global rivals
Posted by on 18 April 2024 07:29 AM
European Union leaders will focus today on deepening the European Single Market in order to meet the challenges raised in recent years by the Covid-19 pandemic, the energy crisis and the war in Ukraine.
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Apr
18
Ireland opposed to harmonisation of corporate tax laws
Posted by on 18 April 2024 07:29 AM
Taoiseach Simon Harris has said that Ireland fully supports the integration of capital markets at EU level, but cautioned that it should not involve the harmonisation of corporate tax or insolvency laws.
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