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The briefing: Why Sweden’s coronavirus approach has failed
Sweden is making the same mistakes it did back in the spring and we must all also stop making the mistake of thinking that Sweden has got it right, says Euronews' Political Editor Darren McCaffrey.
The Briefing: Poland abortion ruling should worry everyone in the EU
Whatever your view is on the abortion issue itself, the way the recent ruling in Poland came about should worry everyone in the EU, especially those sitting in the European Quarter in Brussels, says Euronews' Political Editor Darren McCaffrey.
The Briefing: Fishing latest issue to get caught up in Brexit’s net
The Brexit merry-go-round has come to a grinding halt due to fishing rights – Euronews Political Editor Darren McCaffrey takes a look at the thorny issue.
The Briefing: EU governments in impossible situation with COVID spike
Governments can’t just let the virus rip through our society - it is a morally bankrupt position to take. But that balance between protecting lives and livelihoods is impossible to get right all of the time.
Analysis: Six months on, has COVID-19 changed Europe for good?
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey looks back at how COVID-19, six months since it emerged, has affected Europe.
Analysis: Germany takes on the EU's rotating six-month presidency
From post-Brexit trade deal negotiations to agreeing a coronavirus recovery fund, Germany's EU presidency inbox is already filling up.
Analysis: Europe's airline industry and flying during a pandemic
So, what’s it like to fly again? Is the hassle simply too much? Well, I would argue not. I’m writing to you from Poland having flown here to cover the presidential election. And, you know what? It was fine, writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
Analysis: Will Poland's election postponement help the opposition?
Support for Andrzej Duda, who is running for a second term as Poland's president, has fallen in recent weeks.
Analysis: Can Europeans be trusted to follow the post-lockdown rules?
The question comes after a makeshift rave in Brussels raised eyebrows in Belgium.
Analysis: Are we falling back in love with plastic amid COVID-19?
From face masks and visors to gloves, almost every aspect of personal protective equipment is made from disposable plastic.
Analysis: What can we learn from the COVID-19 case spike in Beijing?
Officials confirmed an outbreak of new infections in Fengtai, a district in the south-west of the capital, last Thursday.
Analysis: The divisions plaguing Europe over COVID-19 recovery fund
Europe needs a recovery plan. Failing to achieve one would not just damage solidarity but also the Eurozone (and maybe even the EU) irrevocably, writes Darren McCaffrey.
Analysis: Will coronavirus change weddings for the better?
"With a deep recession expected will we think again about the folly of big weddings?" asks Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
Analysis: Why the COVID-19 pandemic shows how civilised we are
I think many have been surprised by how compliant and trusting most of us have been around COVID-19 and the lockdowns, writes Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey.
Analysis: Is the €500bn recovery fund plan Europe's 'Hamilton Moment'?
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey on France and Germany's plan for financing the EU's recovery from COVID-19.
Analysis: Should children go back to school during a pandemic?
Today, Belgium joins Denmark and many others in reopening primary and secondary schools. But, in other countries, rows are raging over getting pupils back into the classroom.
Analysis: How close are we to COVID-19 herd immunity?
Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey looks at what percentage of people have had COVID-19 and how close we are to herd immunity.
Analysis: Is COVID-19 further dividing the 'United' Kingdom?
The coronavirus crisis is adding yet more strain to a United Kingdom which, for the best part of a decade, has seemed anything but united, writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
Analysis: Africa's unexpected COVID-19 figures
There were fears COVID-19 would overwhelm Africa. Yet, most countries aren’t reporting many cases. Euronews' political editor, Darren McCaffrey, looks at why.
Analysis: The ECJ's bitter spat with Germany's constitutional court
Liberal MEP Guy Verhofstadt said the row between the European Court of Justice and Germany's constitutional court was "the beginning of the end". The beginning of the end of the EU? Darren McCaffrey investigates.
Analysis: VE Day and President Putin's pandemic nightmare
Vladimir Putin had hoped 2020 would mark a turning point in his plans to rule Russia, Darren McCaffrey writes. But the pandemic has put Putin's project on hold.
Analysis: How important are face masks in protecting us from COVID-19?
Who to trust? Who to believe? Well, ultimately when in doubt European governments seem to be taking (rather sensibly) a 'better safe than sorry' approach, writes Darren McCaffrey.
Analysis: Will life really be so different once lockdown is over?
Will many more of us work from home? Will cash be scrapped? Will the coronavirus be world-changing? Darren McCaffrey explores.
Analysis: The difficulty of lifting lockdown & keeping everyone happy
There are, of course, those who simply want to get back to work, go to a pub, enjoy their favourite meal in their local restaurant, get on a plane and relax on a beach. There are others, however, who don’t. Euronews political editor Darren McCaffrey explores.
Analysis: Will lockdown spark long-term changes good for the planet?
"If 2020 has proved anything, it’s that anything can happen," writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey, pondering COVID-19's impact on the climate.
Analysis: Prepare for the second wave of COVID-19
Many fear what the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson talked about upon returning to work this morning: a second wave. And he is right to be concerned, Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey writes.