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Future of work and the survival of the welfare state

More and more people are finding work in the digital economy, but more flexibility also means increased insecurity

Time to bust a few myths about innovation in the Internet of things era

Small European tech companies might be about to lose out if the European Commission’s new patent guidelines favour giants like Qualcomm and Ericsson, writes Morgan Reed

Why European passengers pay more for their flights than they should

The EU has failed to make airports competitive and fair for travellers. It needs reform, writes Thomas Reynaert

The Commission stressed that drinking milk and fresh fruit and vegetables should be prioritised; however, it noted that member states could also provide juices or soups, and milk products such as yogurt and cheese, to “ensure a varied diet and address particular nutritional needs”.

Commission merges healthy food schemes at school to cut red tape

The European Commission announced on Tuesday (1 August) that it would merge the milk and fruit and vegetables schemes currently provided separately to schoolchildren across Europe

The need to strengthen EU integration policy, focusing on the areas of security and defense, in a fragile international environment shaped by volatile political relations and unpredictable behaviors (particularly in the Aegean sea and the wider East Mediterranean area), the refugee and migration crisis and deadly terrorist attacks in Europe. The financial and economic immunization of Europe against the effects of Brexit, while creating conditions for long-term sustainable growth to ultimately overcome the consequences of the economic crisis.

EU politicians should lead EU budget talks, not technocrats

Europe’s political leadership should be the one to take the lead in consultations and the responsibility to speed up individual political decisions on which technocrats will be called upon to adapt financial tools for their achievement

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Quality schemes help EU producers break new markets

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The vote you’ve never heard of – and why it can change Europe’s investment climate

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Ansip plans new EU cybersecurity centre

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ECB keeps easy money pledge despite better growth

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Cities can create European solidarity and trust between residents and refugees

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Study: Commission’s biofuels policy ignored ‘Better Regulation’ principle

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Poland strengthen his defense with billions of dollars

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Estonia, the land of digital natives

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Reshaping the financial system as a tool for good

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EU’s space infrastructure to tackle the migration problem

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Europe pays tribute to Helmut Kohl, ‘a giant’ of post-war history

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Connecting cars in Europe: an emerging data economy on four wheels

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Member states and tech firms wary of EU ‘data flows’ plan

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EU budget for climate action: Time to wake the sleeping beauty

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