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Working in the future: how humans need to adapt

As we enter the fourth phase of the Industrial Revolution, humans need to embrace technology to work alongside robots

As we enter the fourth phase of the Industrial Revolution, humans need to embrace technology to work alongside robots

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Changing the way we think about work

Marianne Thyssen, European Commissioner, Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility “Well I think one of the difficulties will be skills development and also to adapt our social systems –

Marianne Thyssen, European Commissioner, Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility “Well I think one of the difficulties will be skills development and also to adapt our social systems –

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Clocks go forward one hour tonight

We will "Spring forward" into British Summertime with more daylight in the evenings and less in the mornings.

We will "Spring forward" into British Summertime with more daylight in the evenings and less in the mornings.

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European Union: 1957 – 2017

The leaders of Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany signing the Treaty of Rome on 25 March 1957.

The leaders of Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and West Germany signing the Treaty of Rome on 25 March 1957.

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Italian capital prepares to celebrate Treaty of Rome

The Italian capital has been putting the finishing touches as the city prepares to mark 60 years since the signing of the Treaty of Rome.

The Italian capital has been putting the finishing touches as the city prepares to mark 60 years since the signing of the Treaty of Rome.

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The week in Pictures

A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Candles on Westminster Bridge.

A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Candles on Westminster Bridge.

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Europe sets sights on supercomputer future

Ministers from seven European countries have signed a declaration in Rome, as they set their sights on seizing a share of the supercomputer future.

Ministers from seven European countries have signed a declaration in Rome, as they set their sights on seizing a share of the supercomputer future.

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'I will not be a hostage' - Luxembourg PM on EU's future

As the European Union prepares to marks its 60th anniversary, Luxembourg’s prime minister has told Euronews that he wants to see a multi-speed EU, where no country holds the others…

As the European Union prepares to marks its 60th anniversary, Luxembourg’s prime minister has told Euronews that he wants to see a multi-speed EU, where no country holds the others…

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EU looks to defending its interests over Brexit

European Union finance ministers have been discussing Brexit, prepared to defend the members states' interests during divorce negotiations.

European Union finance ministers have been discussing Brexit, prepared to defend the members states' interests during divorce negotiations.

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The Armenian Island of Venice

The Armenian presence in Europe stretches from London to Larnaca, Lisbon to Lviv; the Armenian Catholic Mkhitarian Congregation is among the most impactful examples of that legacy and this year marks

The Armenian presence in Europe stretches from London to Larnaca, Lisbon to Lviv; the Armenian Catholic Mkhitarian Congregation is among the most impactful examples of that legacy and this year marks

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Germany calls on Turkey to tone down rhetoric

It comes after the Turkish president accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of 'applying Nazi methods' against Turks and Turkish officials carrying out referendum campaigns in Germany.

It comes after the Turkish president accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of 'applying Nazi methods' against Turks and Turkish officials carrying out referendum campaigns in Germany.

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Norway tops UN list of happiest countries on earth

Norway has jumped to top spot in this year's World Happiness Report, knocking its neighbour Denmark off the top spot, into second place.

Norway has jumped to top spot in this year's World Happiness Report, knocking its neighbour Denmark off the top spot, into second place.

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Melanie provides Downs Syndrome sufferers with a heroine

Have you ever heard of Melanie Segard? Well if you suffer from Downs Syndrome, this young French girl has just made history by presenting the weather programme on French TV.

Have you ever heard of Melanie Segard? Well if you suffer from Downs Syndrome, this young French girl has just made history by presenting the weather programme on French TV.

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All smiles: Norway tops World Happiness Report 2017

Norway wiped the smile off Denmark’s face on Monday by beating its Nordic neighbour to top spot in a global happiness survey.

Norway wiped the smile off Denmark’s face on Monday by beating its Nordic neighbour to top spot in a global happiness survey.

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The week in pictures...

A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Rafael Nadal (ESP) waits in the tunnel to enter the court for his fourth round match against Roger Federer in the BNP Par

A choice selection of the week’s most striking images from around the world Rafael Nadal (ESP) waits in the tunnel to enter the court for his fourth round match against Roger Federer in the BNP Par

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How should Europe react to inflation forecasts?

Lucrezia Reichlin, Professor of Economics, London Business School: The countries that are part of the Euro Area – I think that definitely the European Central Bank should keep on providing the stimulu

Lucrezia Reichlin, Professor of Economics, London Business School: The countries that are part of the Euro Area – I think that definitely the European Central Bank should keep on providing the stimulu

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What are Europe’s biggest uncertainties?

Lucrezia Reichlin, Professor of Economics, London Business School: Well I think if we look at the US, the uncertainty is obviously the Trump factor.

Lucrezia Reichlin, Professor of Economics, London Business School: Well I think if we look at the US, the uncertainty is obviously the Trump factor.

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Businesses need Europe to change

Anne-Sophie Panseri, CEO, Maviflex: I’ll be optimistic because the development of my company is involved, and it is a major issue for us, but I think that Europe needs to rethink its…

Anne-Sophie Panseri, CEO, Maviflex: I’ll be optimistic because the development of my company is involved, and it is a major issue for us, but I think that Europe needs to rethink its…

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European court rules workplace headscarf ban is legal

The ECJ ruled that employers are allowed to ban workers from wearing visible religious, political and philosophical symbols in the workplace.

The ECJ ruled that employers are allowed to ban workers from wearing visible religious, political and philosophical symbols in the workplace.

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Tourists returning to Europe

Improved hotel bookings and increased tax-free shopping and air traffic show that tourists are returning to Europe after recent security fears.

Improved hotel bookings and increased tax-free shopping and air traffic show that tourists are returning to Europe after recent security fears.