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Some 2,000 people staged a protest during a parliamentary budget debate on Thursday to demand higher wages and pensions.
Israeli parliament passes budget, clearing key hurdle
Israel's parliament passed a national budget for the first time in three years early on Thursday.
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"Carbon budgets" is the latest term coming out of COP26 talks in Glasgow, and many wonders who set them and what role they play in fighting climate change.
Days before COP26, UK budget ‘flies in the face’ of climate logic
British Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s budget speech failed to mention tackling the climate crisis and made pledges that could drive emissions up.
UK government unveils budget for 'post-COVID economy'
The Chancellor of the Exchequer said that "this budget is focused on investment and a more innovative and skilled economy," but the opposition has railed against tax cuts for banks and short-haul flights.
Portugal faces snap elections after MPs reject budget
Portuguese MPs have rejected the proposed 2022 state budget, leading to the likelihood of an early election.
Portugal could see snap election as coalition in tatters over budget
A political crisis is looming in Portugal as the minority Socialist government struggles to win support for its state budget from other left-of-centre parties.
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Spain's government eyes rent controls in new housing bill
The most controversial provision in the bill would set price hike caps for landlords with multiple residential properties.
Romanian government faces vote of confidence in parliament
Left-wing opposition parties have accused Romanian Prime Minister Florin Citu of "leading the country towards the abyss".
Joe Biden's $6T budget: Social spending, taxes on business
US President Joe Biden unveiled a $6 trillion budget for next year with new safety net programs for the poor and middle class. It would use tax hikes on businesses and high-earning people to power huge new social programs.
EU governments agree to continue uncapped spending until mid-2022
European Union finance ministers said during a video conference on Tuesday that unlimited spending must be allowed until the recovery from the pandemic is secure.
Brussels concerned that Italy crisis will delay pandemic spending
Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte's resignation is raising questions over Italy's ability to effectively distribute the recovery funds it is set to receive.
Krakow funds LGBT shelter despite Polish government hostility
Krakow has become the first city in Poland to finance an LGBT support shelter.
European leaders inch closer towards sanctions on Turkey
Greek PM Kyriakos Mitsotakis has welcomed the move.
UK minister resigns as plan to cut overseas aid sparks outcry
The UK is to cut its overseas aid budget, despite warnings from charities and politicians that the move will cost tens of thousands of lives.
EU leaders struggle to break budget deadlock amid Poland, Hungary veto
As EU leaders met for a virtual summit, sources said that the videoconference was not the place to discuss such a complicated issue.
Italy's 2021 budget attempts to cushion COVID-19 financial impact
In an attempt to cushion the financial impact of one of the world's worst COVID-19 outbreaks, Italy's cabinet approves an economic stimulus plan for next year.
Hungary and Poland block EU's COVID recovery package over rule of law
Budapest and Warsaw governments are threatening to veto the EU budget and recovery fund over proposals to link access to cash with the respect of the rule of law.
COVID-19, rule of law, EU programmes: The wrangling over the EU budget
What started out as a seemingly normal Commission proposal back in May 2018, turned into a battle between two of the EU's three institutions, after the pandemic rewrote the rules of nearly everything it touched.