European Leaders News
A legitimating moment for European bigotry?
Saturday, May 18, 2019 07:18:00 PM
The legitimating moment for European bigotry occurred when Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was received by US President Donald Trump at the White House and given a fulsome endorsement. Orban, said Trump, is “respected all over Europe. Probably, like me, a little bit controversial but that’s OK.
EU grant provides free Wi-Fi in eleven municipalities
Saturday, May 18, 2019 07:17:00 PM
Alcoy, Altea, Beniarbeig, Finestrat, Gata de Gorgos, Los Montesinos, Mutxamel, Onil, Orihuela, San Vicente del Raspeig and Villena will each receive an EU grant of 15,000 euros to finance the installation of free Wi-Fi in public spaces such as plazas, parks, museums, libraries and health centres.
N84 road at Ballintubber remains closed to traffic this evening
Saturday, May 18, 2019 06:38:00 PM
A community CCTV system is needed in Claremorris town, so residents feel safer. That's according to local Sinn Fein election candidate Natasha Wards, who feels the installation of CCTV cameras would deter people involved in illegal dumping and in anti-social; A huge basking shark is making waves along the Wild Atlantic Way.
Bill Jamieson: Rise above politics, unless disaster strikes
Saturday, May 18, 2019 05:54:00 PM
Amid the noisy, horrendous, exasperating politics of Brexit, we have not been short of earnest warnings about the toll it is taking on business and growth. As the daily news has been dominated for almost three years by disputation, division and now mind-numbing gridlock, household and business confidence has been battered.
Members of EC not supposed to be 'clones': CEC
Saturday, May 18, 2019 05:33:00 PM
New Delhi: Against the backdrop of Commissioner Ashok Lavasa recusing himself from model code violation cases till his dissents are recorded on orders, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora Saturday said members of the panel are not supposed to be "clones" of each other and divergence of views was natural.
Eurosceptic and populist forces in the European Union
Saturday, May 18, 2019 05:25:00 PM
PARIS: Populist and eurosceptic parties have emerged in many countries of the European Union, although not all go as far as wanting a Brexit-style departure. European voters go to the polls to choose a new parliament May 23-26 and gains for eurosceptics and the far right would be a new blow for the....
EC members can't be clones of each other, divergence of views natural: CEC
Saturday, May 18, 2019 05:12:00 PM
Against the backdrop of Commissioner Ashok Lavasa recusing himself from model code violation cases till his dissents are recorded on orders, Chief Saturday said members of the panel are not supposed to be "clones" of each other and divergence of views was natural.
Trump delays decision on auto tariffs for up to six months
Saturday, May 18, 2019 04:39:00 PM
US President Donald Trump on Friday announced a six-month delay in imposing steep tariffs on auto imports, seeking to force Europe and Japan into broader concessions on trade. The decision marked a temporary reprieve from what would have been a sizable escalation in Trump's multi-front trade wars.
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