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Scotland's European Union membership 'not in doubt' claims study
Article 48, which the Scottish Government says would allow Scotland to negotiate its membership from within, also offers a "plausible route to membership depending upon the political will" of the EU, the paper found. Researchers said the timetable ...
Independent Scotland's admission to EU is not in serious doubt, says studyHerald Scotland
Scotland 'won't lose' EU rights after Yes voteScotsman
Scotland's EU place "not in any serious doubt"SNP (press release)

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The Independent

Dear Mr Cameron: US and EU politicians had been drumming up the conflict in ...
The Independent
The British Prime Minister shows a staggering arrogance and frightening lack of historical perspective in supporting the neo-Nazi regime of the Ukrainian government, and luring the Russian Federation into a conflict with the European Union and the West ...
Latest Ukraine Gas Deal Will Irk RussiansForbes
Humanitarian convoy to Ukraine: Trojan horse or genuine aid mission?Russia Beyond the Headlines
Putin's Pipeline Bypassing Ukraine Is at Risk Amid ConflictBloomberg

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​'Sanctions on Russia are against interests of the EU and member states'
Talks between Italy and Russia are an opportunity, not a problem. If EU politics has transformed a big opportunity into a big problem, we need to change the politics, Fabrizio Bertot, European Parliament member from Italy, told RT. RT: How does the ...
EU Experts to Discuss Repercussions of Russian Food Bans ThursdayRIA Novosti
Emergency Talks to Accelerate EU Response to Russia's Food BanThe Moscow Times
European experts start emergency talks to tackle Russia food banReuters

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EP voices concern over Russian sanctions on EU
Kuwait News Agency
"With respect to the politically motivated sanctions imposed by Russia on 6 August and targeting imports of certain agricultural products, raw materials and food originating from the European Union and its allies, we express our deep concerns about the ...

Switzerland Refuses to Help EU Food Producers Bypass Russian Ban
RIA Novosti
MOSCOW, August 20 (RIA Novosti) - Switzerland has refused to allow some European Union food producers, subject to a Russian ban on food imports, to route supplies through its territory, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing Switzerland's Federal ...

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When science meets politics: the EU's impact assessment review
The European Commission is reviewing its impact assessment guidelines amid accusations that science is becoming increasingly politicised and scientists manipulated by policymakers and powerful interest groups.

Britain in the EU – between rhetoric and politics
In an open letter to UK prime minister David Cameron five months ago, I appealed to him to pursue politics based on facts rather than myths; politics intended to serve the people rather than the populist impulses that arise in every society. In that ...

Gozo News

NGOs call for debate on how to put science at the heart of EU politics
Gozo News
NGOs call for debate on how to put science at the heart of EU politics “Scientific advice should be transparent, objective and independent, and there should be more science and more diverse expertise available to the European Commission's President,” a ...

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The Guardian

Boris Johnson: Britain could have glorious future outside EU
The Guardian
Boris Johnson has said Britain could have a "great and glorious future" outside the EU, as he positions himself as one of the most Eurosceptic senior politicians in the Conservative party. While the prime minister took his break in Portugal, the London ...
'Better to quit' an unreformed EUThe Courier
Boris Johnson says Britain could have good future outside European
Don't fear European Union exit, says Boris JohnsonBBC News
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German minister sees Hungary drifting away from EU values
A member of the German cabinet expressed doubts about the Hungarian government's commitment to EU values in an interview published by German daily Tagesspiegel on Monday. Minister of state for European Affairs Michael Roth said he has doubts that ...

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