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UN News Centre

'Callous' EU politics on migrants costing lives, UN rights chief warns
UN News Centre
Lack of regular channels, coupled with harsh controls at external borders, has led migrants to turn to the increasingly organised smuggling industry along Europe's southern borders, he said. “It is time for politicians to show courageous leadership on ...
Shipwreck: Gentiloni, EU reputation at stakeANSAmed
What You Need to Know About the EU's Refugee CrisisTIME
Italy calls for emergency EU summit on migrant crisisTengrinews
Sputnik International
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Talk Radio News Service

'Callous' EU Politics to Blame for Mediterranean Migrant Deaths
Talk Radio News Service
UNITED NATIONS (TRNS) – Nearly a thousand migrant deaths on the high seas of the Mediterranean in recent days prompted U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein to condemn “callous” E.U. politics on Monday for rescue efforts ...

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The Guardian

What would happen if Britain left the EU?
The Guardian
Britain's relationship with Europe is low down on the list of concerns for most voters in the coming election, but the subject of the “Brexit” – Britain's secession from the European Union – will come to dominate our political lives should the ...
Majority of Britons Support Referendum on UK's Membership in EUSputnik International
What candidates aren't talking about Simon KuperFinancial Times

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The Guardian

Nigel Farage opposes EU action to tackle migrant deaths in Mediterranean
The Guardian
Nigel Farage has warned against “waves of millions” of people from Africa coming to Europe if the EU agrees a common policy for tackling migrant deaths in the Mediterranean. In the wake of two boat disasters in which hundreds of migrants have drowned, ...
Nigel Farage profile: his political career began in a barChannel 4 News (blog)
Election 2015: Nigel Farage warns of referendum 'stitch up'BBC News
EXCLUSIVE: Ed Miliband's love of big business betrays working classes, blasts ...Express.co.uk

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Bloomberg

Piketty Says EU Politics Risks Driving Greece Out of Euro
Bloomberg
Thomas Piketty, the French economist whose 2013 book on wealth inequality became an international bestseller, said he sees a risk of politicians in the European Union forcing Greece out of the euro area. “The attitude of a number of people in Brussels ...

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Financial Times

Politics, red tape 'turning EU clean energy into zombie industry'
Financial Times
Manuel Sánchez Ortega, chief executive of Spain's Abengoa, said EU politicians are taking so long to decide what sort of energy mix they want, especially in the biofuels sector, that companies do not know if they should keep struggling on or shut down ...



Piketty: EU Politics Risks Driving Greece Out of Euro
Bloomberg
30:44 - Open Europe Head of Economic Research Raoul Ruparel discusses Greece's ability to pay off its loans and recent countries that have defaulted. He speaks with Francine Lacqua and Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television's “The Pulse.” (Source: ...



The Guardian

Nick Clegg refuses to veto in-out EU referendum
The Guardian
Nick Clegg has removed one of the barriers to a second coalition deal with the Conservatives by refusing to veto an in-out referendum on European Union membership, and instead insisted that the Tories backtrack on their plans for £12bn of welfare cuts.
Politics is now a shouting match of absurd personalitiesTelegraph.co.uk (blog)
Fury as Vince Cable suggests Lib Dems will block EU referendumExpress.co.uk

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UK exit from EU a 'serious concern' for Ireland, says Kenny
Irish Times
The exit by the United Kingdom from the European Union would be a matter of “very serious concern” for Ireland, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said. Speaking on his way into a Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, Mr Kenny the British people had an absolute right ...

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Town Hall

MORNING BID EUROPE-A daily note from our Economics/Politics
London South East
Many EU governments are reluctant to fund rescue operations in the Mediterranean for fear of encouraging more people to make the crossing in search of a better life in Europe. The previous search and rescue operation "Mare Nostrum" was cancelled last ...
Greece wants EU/IMF deal but impasse could bring referendum: deputy PMTown Hall

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