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Dec 28, 2017
Will Uber case verdict in European Union prompt authorities to make all e-commerce companies more responsible?E-commerce portals have been smugly shrugging off their responsibilities over the quality of products and services offered by those on their portal, their tax and legal liability for violation of intellectual property rights (IPR) including trademark
Dec 08, 2017
Brexit: UK, EU negotiations cover citizens' rights, Northern Ireland in first phase of 'divorce deal'The European Commission said on Friday that enough progress had been made in Brexit negotiations to allow the second phase of talks on future relations to begin
Oct 04, 2017
Ireland describes EU decision to take it to court for not recovering tax due from Apple as 'extremely regrettable'Ireland on Wednesday described as “extremely regrettable” an EU decision to take the country to the European Court of Justice.
Sep 23, 2017
Angela Merkel’s conservatives see slim chance of Brexit progress after Theresa May’s speech in FlorenceBritish prime minister Theresa May’s speech in Florence has failed to inject much-needed new momentum into talks on Britain’s departure from the EU
Sep 12, 2017
Angela Merkel calls on Hungary to implement EU court's ruling, allow refugees into countryGerman chancellor Angela Merkel has urged Hungary to quickly implement a ruling by the top EU court that member states must take in a share of refugees
Jun 26, 2017
Theresa May reassures EU citizens in UK: 'We want you to stay' after BrexitBut May was heckled by critics in the House of Commons, while opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said her plan was "too little, too late".
Apr 30, 2017
European Union leaders adopt Brexit guidelines at Brussels summit: Here's what the EU wantsTwenty-seven EU leaders on Saturday formally approved their guidelines for Brexit negotiations at a summit in Brussels.
Mar 14, 2017
EU apex court allows companies to bar staff from wearing headscarf; human rights groups protestBy Alastair Macdonald | BRUSSELS BRUSSELS Companies may bar staff from wearing Islamic headscarves and other visible religious symbols under certain conditions, the European Union's top court ruled on Tuesday, setting off a storm of complaint from rights groups and religious leaders.In its first ruling on a hot political issue across Europe, the Court of Justice (ECJ) found a Belgian firm which had a rule barring employees who dealt with customers from wearing visible religious and political symbols may not have discriminated against a receptionist dismissed for wearing a headscarf.The judgment on that and a French case came on the eve of a Dutch election in which Muslim immigration is a key issue and weeks before France votes for a president in a similarly charged campaign.
Jun 07, 2016
Illegal migrants cannot be jailed for crossing borders, rules EU courtECJ said that EU rules prevent the jailing of non-EU migrants who have illegally crossed a frontier if they have not been subject to deportation procedures.
Jun 12, 2015
French watchdog pressures Google on right 'to be forgotten'Google must scrub search results worldwide when it agrees to requests from users to be "forgotten", rather than just from European versions of its website, France's data protection regulator said on Friday.