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Brexit will make UK workers poorer over next decade, report says
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Brexit causing higher costs, red tape and delays, says UK report
A parliamentary committee paints a less than rosy picture of the Brexit so vaunted by Boris Johnson — and warns that new border controls risk further disruption.
'He took us all for fools': UK PM slammed over 'partygate' report
"The prime minister took us all for fools" and "showed himself unfit for office", said opposition leader Keir Starmer
Boris Johnson: London's Met Police deny delaying 'partygate' report
Police have asked for Sue Gray's report to include "minimal reference" to alleged Downing Street lockdown parties to avoid prejudicing their own investigation.
Vatican defends Pope Benedict XVI over fighting clergy sexual abuse
The Vatican's comments followed the publication of an independent report that faulted Benedict's handling of four cases of abuse when he was archbishop of Munich in Germany.
Egypt responsible for murder of Giulio Regeni, says Italian commission
The report comes weeks after the murder trial of four Egyptian police officers was suspended.
Sweden's response to pandemic was 'too slow', says commission report
Unlike other EU countries, Sweden did not lock down in spring 2020 and only imposed some restrictions during the second wave.
Amnesty: States need to stop going after people sharing information
Amnesty International researcher Lisa Maracani spoke to Euronews about the group's latest report on censorship and freedom of information during the pandemic.
'3000 paedophiles' held positions in French Catholic Church since 50s
An independent commission has heard evidence from thousands of people since being set up in 2018 in response to a large number of historic sexual abuse claims.
European companies criticised over West African food security
“The fishmeal and fish oil industry, and all governments and companies supporting them, are basically robbing local populations of livelihoods and food," said Dr Ibrahimé Cissé, senior campaigner at Greenpeace Africa.
Most misinformation spread online is accidental, study finds
Half of the misinformation that spreads online is shared because users are not paying attention, a study has found.
Instagram algorithms push misinformation to users, study claims
The report found that users curious about dubious posts were directed to more false claims and dangerous content.
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Harrowing report reveals how 9,000 children died in care in Ireland
A harrowing report has revealed the extent of abuse and loss of life in mother and baby homes across Ireland.
Nearly 200 European airports at risk of insolvency, warns new report
A report by ACI Europe has warned that around 200 European airports are at risk of insolvency due to a loss in air traffic during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hull damage not to blame for 1994 MS Estonia disaster: new report
A preliminary examination report has said that newly discovered damage was too small to have sunk the MS Estonia, which killed 852 people in 1994.
Germany is highest-ranked nation in Europe for COVID response - survey
The study by the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) analysed 19 countries and asked citizens to rate key aspects of their government’s response to the health crisis.
Bank of England cautiously upbeat on UK economy, banks and... Brexit
The BoE says the downturn from the pandemic may not be as bad as expected and banks have the capacity to deal with losses, but warns of high uncertainty.
QAnon theories are merging with European conspiracies: report
A report by NewsGuard has found that QAnon conspiracies are being shared online by 'Yellow Vests' in France and far-right groups in Germany.
Europe falls behind Asia and Africa for UN climate action goals
Major efforts are needed to “accelerate progress towards climate mitigation and biodiversity protections”.
UN report shows our electronic waste is worth billions
The UN estimates that the total value of retrievable materials from dumped and burned electronics is €50 billion.
'Super-spreaders' of COVID-19 misinformation on Facebook identified
Analysis by NewsGuard found more than 30 prominent pages on Facebook were amplifying COVID-19 false cures and conspiracy theories across Europe.
Mexico remains the deadliest country in the world for journalists
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) has released its annual report of killings of journalists and media staff. The institution counted 49 deaths worldwide in 2019, including three women.
YouTube algorithms promote climate denial videos - new report
An investigation by Avaaz found that users are being directed climate denial videos by through their recommended algorithm if you search for terms like "global warming".
Global Terrorism Index: Europe and MENA Director talks latest report
2018 saw the fourth consecutive drop in terrorism deaths — but the problem is increasing around the globe, as Institute for Economics and Peace MENA director Serge Stroobants explains.
UK government denies ‘sitting on’ report into Russian meddling
An intelligence report which security experts and politicians say should be published, will not be released until after the December general election.
Report blames fire brigade's "stay put" policy for loss of life
A leaked report into the Grenfell fire criticises the London Fire Brigade for its response to the blaze. It says fewer people would have died if the Brigade had not suffered "serious shortcomings."
Forced labour 'most prevalent form of modern slavery in Europe'
Even though Europe has the lowest rates of forced marriage, it still has high rates of forced labour, particularly in eastern Europe,