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EU banks on deeper economic union - but at what cost?

This edition of The Real Economy turns the spotlight on the hotly debated issue of deepening Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). What does it

This edition of The Real Economy turns the spotlight on the hotly debated issue of deepening Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). What does it

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Farmers protest in Brussels

Thousands of farmers are protesting in Brussels to demand European Union action to counter the lower prices they receive for milk and pork. With the

Thousands of farmers are protesting in Brussels to demand European Union action to counter the lower prices they receive for milk and pork. With the

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Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria focus of EU cash fraud probes

More than a third of probes into alleged corruption involving EU cash centred on Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria, a report has revealed. Romania had

More than a third of probes into alleged corruption involving EU cash centred on Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria, a report has revealed. Romania had

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European Commission has 'abdicated its role' as financial watchdog

On November 28, the European Commission will present its analysis of the financial laws of the Eurozone countries. Italy, France and Belgium have all

On November 28, the European Commission will present its analysis of the financial laws of the Eurozone countries. Italy, France and Belgium have all

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Claim and counter claim over EU budget bill for Britain

A British victory in the EU budget battle. That’s the claim of finance minister George Osborne over the disputed 2.1 billion euros bill handed to the

A British victory in the EU budget battle. That’s the claim of finance minister George Osborne over the disputed 2.1 billion euros bill handed to the

Europe

Muted start for new European Commission

The new EU commission began work on Monday after taking office on Saturday. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has made it clear that he

The new EU commission began work on Monday after taking office on Saturday. Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has made it clear that he

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Cameron says UK won't pay billions demanded by EU

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the UK will not pay the 2.1 Billion Euros demanded by the EU by December 1 and described the decision

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said the UK will not pay the 2.1 Billion Euros demanded by the EU by December 1 and described the decision

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France set for bruising EU budget row

EU member states agreed last year to give the European Commission power to police national budgets. France and Italy are already in the firing

EU member states agreed last year to give the European Commission power to police national budgets. France and Italy are already in the firing

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EU leaders set to hammer out more top posts during key talks

EU leaders are set to meet for the first time since the election of Jean Claude Juncker as the next European Commission President. The talks will

EU leaders are set to meet for the first time since the election of Jean Claude Juncker as the next European Commission President. The talks will

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EU leaders agree to boost cooperation on military projects

With budgets slashed because of the financial crisis, EU leaders have agreed to work more closely on making defence spending go further. At a

With budgets slashed because of the financial crisis, EU leaders have agreed to work more closely on making defence spending go further. At a

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Greek PM has defended 2014's budget

Greek PM Antonio Samaras has defended his government’s 2014 budget as Athens comes under renewed pressure from international creditors, who say it

Greek PM Antonio Samaras has defended his government’s 2014 budget as Athens comes under renewed pressure from international creditors, who say it