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Dec
17
EU offers to change laws so NI has access to medicines
Posted by on 17 December 2021 06:42 AM
The European Union has offered to change its laws so that Northern Ireland has access to new cancer treatments and other medicines at the same time as the rest of the UK.
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Jun
15
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled that privacy complaints against US tech giants do not only have to be taken to the Irish data protection commissioner but instead can be handled by any of the national data protection authorities across the EU.
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Jul
21
In the 'deal before dawn' to secure a multi-billion euro Covid-19 recovery package and a €1.8 trillion budget package to see the EU through the next seven years, how did Ireland play its hand?
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Jul
16
Von der Leyen 'ready' to back Brexit delay if needed
Posted by on 16 July 2019 05:25 AM
European Commission president nominee Ursula von der Leyen said she is prepared to extend Britain's exit from the EU beyond the 31 October deadline if necessary.
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