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The European Court of Justice ruling is legally binding throughout the EU.

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A redesign of the European Union’s ‘emissions trading system’ (EU ETS) would save €6.7 billion of taxpayers’ money each year and be much more effective in protecting jobs

 

Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has demanded that Britain enter negotiations over the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands.

 

Tomorrow, European Commissioner for Development, Andris Piebalgs, will attend in Auckland the EU-Pacific Islands Forum Ministerial Meeting, along with Christian Friis Bach, Minister of Development Cooperation of Denmark, who represents the High Representative/Vice-President of the Commission Catherine Ashton

 

Organic food producers and processors must meet new labelling rules before the full implementation of EU legislation. 

 

Commenting on the latest EU proposals, Prof Philip Booth, Editorial Director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, said

 

The CBI commented on the European Commission's proposals for recovery and resolution plans which will apply to major banks and investment firms

 

Speaking ahead of a meeting on Thursday with Chancellor Angela Merkel, the prime minister said no one leader could be "singled out" for responsibility.

 

The British Government is joining others across the world today to honour the memory of UN peacekeepers who have lost their lives in the cause of peace.

 

The EU is set to make its banking sector more resilient to financial shocks, as stricter capital requirements for banks and investment firms were given political approval by the Economic and Financial Affairs Council on 15 May 2012

 

The draft agreement on the Unified Patent Court (UPC) is likely to hinder, rather than help, the enforcement of patents within the European Union, says the European Scrutiny Committee in its report, published today

 

Concerns over the willingness of the Treasury to hand back funds to the EU will today be raised by council leaders during an evidence session of the Communities and Local Government Select Committee

 

Too much EU development aid is going to middle income countries, like Turkey and Serbia, and not enough is reaching the world's poorest people and poorest countries, according to a report by MPs on the International Development Committee

 

The EU's draft budget for 2013, presented today by the Commission, reflects the European Council's statements that growth and employment in the EU can only be achieved by combining fiscal consolidation and investment into future growth

 

With EU unemployment hitting record levels and forecasts of a grim economic outlook for the months ahead, the Commission has come forward today with a set of concrete measures to boost jobs

 

A new EU energy initiative which will provide access to sustainable energy for an additional 500 million people in developing countries by 2030 has been announced by European Commission President, José Manuel Barroso

 

A new survey today revealed that 95% of Europeans think that access to energy is an important precondition for overcoming poverty in developing countries. In fact, nine out of ten EU citizens want the EU to help people in developing countries to gain access to energy

 

MEPs made progress on energy security, economic reform and human rights when they met their counterparts from the EU's Eastern Partners in Baku, Azerbaijan, on 2-4 April

 

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