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Viviane Reding: Orban, Fidesz are destroying our values | View
Viktor Orbán is leading Hungary away from the rule of law, from our fundamental rights, from the EU solidarity, from the EU project. He uses public funds to wage a massive propaganda campaign against the European Union, against free movement and against the rule of law.
Brief from Brussels: The problem of Brexit and Erasmus
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: What future for EU’s flagship student programme Erasmus, post-Brexit? And, race for EU Commission
Heated exchange as European Commission responds to ombudsman ruling
Euronews’ Politics Editor Daniel McCaffrey was at the European Commission’s midday briefing to ask its chief spokesperson Margaritis Schinas about the ruling.
Is the European Commission still transparent?
With the European Commission under fire over the manner in which it appointed Martin Selmayr to be its top civil servant, do MEPs think the European Commission is living up to its pledge to be transparent?
Ombudsman rules EU Commission responsible for maladministration
The findings come after the controversial appointment of Martin Selmayr, Secretary General of the EU.
The Brief from Brussels - European Commission criticized over Selmayr appointment
The European Ombudsman has criticised the European Commission for the way in which it appointed its top civil servant, Martin Selmayr. The ombudsman
European Ombudsman Criticizes European Commission over Selmayr Appointment
According to the European Ombudsman, the European Commission "stretched and possibly overstretched the limits of the law" when fast-tracking Martin Selmayr to the top job in its civil service.
EC to propose end to daylight savings time
President of the EC, Jean-Claude Juncker highlighted the results of an EU survey where 80% of the 4.6 million participants wanted summer and winter time changes to be abolished.
'I demand respect' says Juncker after stumbling incident
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker asks for "respect" after a video of him stumbling at a NATO summit went viral.
Speculation about Juncker's health 'tasteless'
A European Commission spokesman has denounced the question of whether European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker was drunk on Wednesday following his public stumble.
Juncker seen stumbling before NATO gala dinner, leaders step in to help
The European Commission president has previously revealed that he suffers from sciatica — a leg pain originating in the lower back — that can sometimes affect his movements.
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Austria's EU presidency
As Austria prepares to take on the EU presidency, the country's entire cabinet visited the European Commission to outline their vision: migration control, security, Brexit and budget cuts.
EU defies Trump with move to ‘block’ US-Iran sanctions | Euronews answers
Brussels is heading for another clash with Washington over a move to blunt the effect of US sanctions on businesses operating in Iran.
More than just a budget: Europe's financial future
The EU budget: it's full of dry, impenetrable figures and indecipherable Euro-jargon, no? Well, not this time. The Commission is using it to determine the shape of the European future, and there is more revolution in there than you might at first think.
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Brexit shouting match sparks in European Parliament
The EU demands more clarity on what London really wants ahead of next week's crucial Brussels summit.
MEPs urge investigation after top job goes to Juncker's chief of staff
MEPs are calling for an investigation into Martin Selmayr's appointment as EU Commission secretary general. The 47-year-old previously worked under its president, Jean-Claude Juncker.
Martin Selmayr: why such a fuss over the ‘Beast of the Berlaymont’?
The promotion of Jean-Claude Juncker’s right-hand man to the post of top EU civil servant has been described as “Machiavellian” and prompted the EU Parliament to investigate.
Brief from Brussels: EU top job sparks transparency questions
In this edition of the Brief from Brussels: the appointment of Jean-Claude Juncker’s top aide as the next EU Commission Secretary-General sparks
Juncker backs Spitzenkandidat process
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he backs the Spitzenkandidat - or lead candidate - process in chosing his successor next year. Under that system, the presidency goes to the candidate whose party wins the most seats in the European parliament.
Brussels to announce presidential candidacy process
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will announce the procedure for appointing his successor after he steps down next year.
EU plans major crack down on Europe's plastics pollution
The European Commission has set out a number of targets to cut plastic waste across the continent by 2030.
Bulgaria renews calls for euro as it takes on EU presidency
Eleven years after the joining the bloc Bulgaria has its first taste of holding the rotating presidency
Bulgaria takes up EU presidency
The EU's poorest member state, and said to be its most corrupt, takes up the rotating presidency of the EU Council
Manuel Marín, 'father of Erasmus' dies at the age of 68
Longtime member of the European Commission and 'father' of the EU's Erasmus programme has died at the age of 68 due to 'long illness'.