A growing number of British farmers are deciding to reduce the amount of land devoted to potatoes or to abandon growing them entirely due to rising costs. This will ultimately affect consumers, with the price of spuds rising and the selection dwindling in stores.
Wearing the uniform of the far-left association, the left-wing politician protested against the pension reform by dancing in front of the parliament building. Also, she recently criticised the European Parliament's decision to block transparency reforms in the wake of the corruption scandal in Brussels.
Taking a closer look at the Belgian MEP's past will offer a clearer idea of why he had a personal interest in the European Union sanctioning pipelined energy carriers at all costs.
More than 70 wind turbines had to be powered by diesel generators to keep them warm during their repairs which became necessary after a cabling fault.
With the stricter embargo on Russian crude oil having come into force on Sunday, German experts forecast fuel shortages and skyrocketing prices. Meanwhile, it is becoming clear how the European Union is trying to be clever with Russian crude oil.
After Belgrade, Pristina has now also agreed to negotiate a settlement between the two sides based on the European Union’s proposal. Meanwhile, in Serbia, the governing coalition seems to have been shaken. After 2022, parliamentary elections could be held again in September this year. According to the Serbian press, Aleksandar Vucic may resign as head of state and run for prime minister.
According to the former head of the country's armed forces, the army would run out of ammunition in a day in a war with Russia. It would take about a year to replenish the missing stocks, the expert says.
Mare than half of Germans have no trust in the German army's capability of defending the country effectively in the event of a war, a recent survey found. Meanwhile, the government is so desperate that it plans to divert the investments earmarked for the promotion of green energy usage to the military industry.
In an interview, a French politician sharply criticised the fact that while the judiciary is moving forward after the lifting of the immunity of politicians involved in the Brussels corruption scandal, the political response is at a standstill with no progress on transparency reforms.
There are two main reasons for the explosion of energy prices. Both are the outcome of the European Union's insanity, and the Austrian government appears eager to follow the playbook.
Last year, fewer new cars were registered in the EU than at any time in the last 30 years. Experts expect this trend to continue this year as the economy slows, people are short of cash and companies think twice before purchasing new cars.
Belgian doctors have never before encountered the disease discovered in migrants squatting in a town near the capital. Residents in the area say their lives are made a living hell by the hundreds of noisy and dirty immigrants who are constantly brawling with each other.
The Italian Pier Antonio Panzeri, a key figure in the Brussels corruption scandal who sealed a plea bargain, now presents himself as a mere intermediary in the case.
Speaking to a newspaper about the Brussels corruption scandal, the ruling party MEP said she had been approached by Qatar, but insisted that she had turned down the request. However, she did not back the motion for greater transparency regarding relations with Qatar.
Serbia's stockbreeders and milk producers staged a protest, demanding higher milk premiums and state subsidies. The farmers also called on the state to ban milk imports. The president pledged that the government will increase milk premium within 7 to 8 days.
Viktor Orban reacted on social media to an article published by Novinite that reported about plans by Ursula von der Leyen and Manfred Weber to strengthen border protection.
The migration crisis is raging across Western Europe, and Austria and Switzerland are no exception. The number of illegal immigrants arriving at the borders of the two countries is reaching new records month after month. The Austrian opposition has recently directed harsh criticism against the government regarding the issue.
The Group of the Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats in the European Parliament is calling for concrete action from the European Commission and Enlargement Commissioner Olivier Varhelyi against Milorad Dodik. Leftist MEPs have sent a letter to European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen expressing their concern about recent events in Bosnia.
Way more than two-thirds of Germans would not like to see the country's remaining nuclear power plants to be shut down in April. However, some green members within the governing parties hold a different view. What's happening is that a minority is imposing its ideological approach on the majority, the Christian Democrats have said.
Corrupt Brusselites are violating not jut international law and human rights, but they have also ignored a ruling by the EU's top court, because – for some reason – it is crucial for the EU-Morocco agreement to continue without a hitch.
In the ongoing investigation, it appears that after 2019, Andrea Cozzolino is suspected of participating in an agreement, together with others, that involved protecting the interests of foreign states in the European Parliament.
A Hungarian TikToker is posting several videos a day with new content from Russia on TikTok. She has already shown how much petrol costs and presented the selection of chocolates and soft drinks available to customers in Russia.
A recently published analysis states that by sending huge amounts of weapons to Ukraine, the United States is significantly reducing its own defence capabilities.
Despite the graft scandal engulfing Brussels, the European Commission doesn't see "any ground" to suspend all EU agreements with Qatar. Apparently, some Brusselites find it important to keep certain deals in place, even amidst the current corruption crisis. So what are they worried about?
The majority of North Macedonia's population does not support the EU's sanctions against Russia and a significant proportion is also opposed to Skopje providing military aid to Ukraine. However, it is not only Macedonians who reject the sanctions in the Balkans.
Germany's leading economists unanimously project that the German economy will face years of weakening as the outcome of the government's economic policies, and not as a result of the war or the pandemic.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama dealt an elegant blow to European Parliament President Roberta Metsola when he described the EU as a champion of hypocrisy, noting that countries aspiring to join must meet much higher standards than the member states themselves.
The European Parliament's Budgetary Control Committee is asking the European Commission to make public the types of EU funding the body had granted to non-governmental organisations implicated in Brussels' latest corruption scandal.
The statue is to be removed by a court order for violating the law on the separation of church and state by standing in a public place. Some believe that what is happening now is an attack on French civilisation by an extremist minority.
In the wake of the corruption scandal engulfing Brussels, the European Parliament's committee in charge of monitoring the conduct of MEPs must be strengthened, EU Ombudsman Emily O'Reilly told EP President Roberta Metsola on Monday.
Hungary raised its cooperation with Azerbaijan up one notch, to the level of expanded strategic partnership, Hungarian PM Viktor Orban announced in Budapest on Monday.
At the same time, the number of foreign students from non-EU countries has risen significantly. Scotland, who voted to remain in the European Union at the 2016 Brexit referendum, experienced a similar decline. The Scottish National Party's education spokesperson called the situation devastating.
Holidays in the Caribbean, lavish parties with supermodels in nightclubs in Athens and luxury homes: Eva Kaili, the protagonist in the graft scandal engulfing Brussels, lived like a true movie star. Ms Kaili loved glamour not just in social circles, but also in her private life, spending her days in a luxurious real estate, as reported by V4NA.
Farmers say it is outrageous that the EU-Mercosur trade deal puts them in a near impossible situation and at a serious competitive disadvantage on EU markets.
There have been a lot of names floating around since the scandal broke, with everyone on the Left pointing fingers at each other to save their own skin. Among the many, the name of Alessandra Moretti – an MEP known for turning a blind eye, or speaking only when she had to – has also come up.
At the Council of Europe's Parliamentary Assembly in Strasbourg, Germany's Green foreign minister declared point blank that Germany is at war with Russia. His remarks caused general outrage, with many attacking the minister and inundating social media with protesting posts and video messages.