Cracks keep EP on the move

A cross-party campaign group is pushing for the European Parliament (EP) to stop moving from Brussels to Strasbourg for four days every month, but


Cuts threaten Erasmus

The EU’s university exchange scheme Erasmus could be threatened by budget cuts in member states across the union. The much-loved scheme allows


East-west language divide

The Ukrainian parliament this summer adopted a law to expand Russian language rights, but parts of the Luhansk region in the east of Ukraine refused


Sandy heads to Bahamas

The Force 2 Hurricane, Sandy, is leaving Cuba after lashing the island with torrential rain and strong winds of 183 kms per hour. Overnight coastal


Plug-in savings

Cutting energy consumption in data centres is a key priority in the IT world. The towering ranks of servers are the backbone of our digital lives


US Election: A complicated game

There are now less than two weeks left before the USA and the world find out if there is to be a new tenant at the White House. This decision will