- Daily Brief
- July 10, 2017
The next round of talks on renegotiating the EU’s Emissions Trading System (ETS) kick off today in London. The ETS
The Association of British Insurers meets today to discuss how Brexit will impact their business. Conference speakers include the First
The European Union’s Energy Council meets today to decide whether the bloc should assume direct control of negotiations with Russia
EU trade sanctions on Crimea were originally set to expire on Friday. Earlier this week, the sanctions, which block all
As the leaders of the European Union meet in Brussels today, impeding Brexit negotiations are sure to dominate the agenda.
Amid doubts over the strength of Britain’s diplomatic position, Brexit Secretary David Davis will begin negotiations with his EU counterparts
French voters will go to the polls on Sunday in the second round of legislative elections—consisting of runoffs between candidates
On Tuesday, the UK’s top court will make a final ruling on whether the government must seek parliamentary approval before
On Monday, French centre-right presidential candidate Francois Fillon will meet with Angela Merkel to discuss his plans for EU policy.
A nine-member bloc of right-wing European parties will meet in the German city of Koblenz on Saturday. The Europe for
On Wednesday, Italy’s Constitutional Court will rule on a challenge to labour reforms brought by the country’s largest trade union
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s pick for the European Commission will face a grilling in Brussels on Monday. Merkel announced that