'19Jan
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A European Security Council: Added Value for EU Foreign and Security Policy?

Image courtesy of European Parliament/Flickr. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) This article was originally published by the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) on 2 January 2018.A European Security...
'19Jan
18

Health and military personnel must work together in conflict and disasters

The military has a key role to play in helping to avert outbreaks of infectious diseases during conflicts and humanitarian disasters, the former surgeon-general of the UK army has said.Lieutenant-General Louis...
'19Jan
17

High Court deems house with sauna and jacuzzi, apartment and €72k cash are proceeds of crime

THE HIGH COURT has ruled that a house with a jacuzzi, sauna, and bulletproof glass windows in Finglas, an apartment in Bulgaria and approximately €72,000 in cash are the proceeds of crime.The orders were sought by...
'19Jan
17

Parliament's war of written words: May and Corbyn face off in letters

Corbyn then asked his party to give the government the silent treatment until it could promise that a 'no deal' Brexit scenario could be ruled out."The prime minister has offered to open talks with opposition...
'19Jan
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Data laws could harm EU citizens' attempts to stay in UK, court told

Millions of EU citizens could find it difficult to assert their right to remain in the UK after Brexit under Home Office rules denying them access to their personal records, the high court has been told.The...
'19Jan
17

Data laws could harm EU citizens' attempts to stay in UK, court told

Millions of EU citizens could find it difficult to assert their right to remain in the UK after Brexit under Home Office rules denying them access to their personal records, the high court has been told.The...
'19Jan
17

Why is Kenya an al-Shabab target?

At least 300 people have been killed in more than 20 attacks that the al-Shabab group has carried out in Kenya in the past five years.Based in the Horn of Africa, the al-Qaeda-linked group initially concentrated...
'19Jan
17

British politics is broken; we need democracy to fix it

This week the British Parliament took part in one of the most historic votes in modern political history. It was the chance for MPs to ratify the Prime Minister’s proposed Brexit deal. The outcome? A landslide...
'19Jan
17

Brexit talks: What does the DUP want?

On Wednesday, the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) held up its end of the confidence-and-supply pact it shares with the Conservatives and helped the government rebuff a no-confidence vote.But just a day before, its...
'19Jan
17

Shadow business secretary declares 'full-blown crisis' after nuclear plans suspended

The Shadow business secretary has accused the government of allowing a "full-blown crisis" to emerge in the energy sector after nuclear plans were suspended.Rebecca Long Bailey said the decision by Hitachi to...

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