‘Reshuffling of the pack’ in EU health needed after Brexit, conference hears

9 December 2019

The conference on personalised medicine was attended by a range of high-level health experts and EU officials.

EU Ombudsman candidates make last-minute pitch to MEPs

6 December 2019

Each candidate told members of the petitions committee at a parliamentary hearing why they should be elected.

Movers and Shakers | 6 December 2019

6 December 2019

Keep track of developments in the European institutions and public affairs with our Movers and Shakers column. 

Citizens’ rights ‘the great unvoiced issue’ in UK general election

6 December 2019

Campaigners say the lives of 3.4 million EU citizens in the UK and 1.6 million Britons in Europe have been “in limbo” since the 2016 Brexit referendum.

Jamal Khashoggi killing was ‘message’ to deter Saudi regime opposition

5 December 2019

The fiancée of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi says she believes his brutal killing was authorised by the “highest levels” of the Saudi regime.

Cybersecurity: the trust-building core of banking

10 December 2019

Marek Belka explains why cyber security in financial institutions must be treated more seriously.

Opportunities and expectations

10 December 2019

The new EU-Singapore Free Trade Agreement will open up new opportunities and increase Europe’s presence in Southeast Asia, explains Pedro Silva Pereira.

Big data: Safeguarding our fundamental rights

10 December 2019

Data is ubiquitous, but its value cannot be underestimated so let’s be careful on how it’s used, writes Eva Kaili.

5 questions with... Liesje Schreinemacher

10 December 2019

Liesje Schreinemacher (NL, RE) is a member of Parliament’s INTA and JURI committees.

Happy holidays: family, friends, food and anaphylactic shock?

9 December 2019

At this time of year, it’s more important than ever to be aware of the potential dangers of food allergens. Proper implementation of EU food allergen regulation saves lives, explains Charles Kinney from the European Federation of Allergy and Airways Diseases PatientsAssociations (EFA)

A prosperous and secure fishing industry

6 December 2019

Despite past failures of the Common Fisheries Policy, the EU can lead the way on restoring the health of our oceans and safeguarding their biodiversity, argues Chris Davies.

Can Artificial Intelligence predict the weather?

4 December 2019

AI is evolving rapidly and brings with it the potential to improve weather and climate predictions, writes Peter Dueben.

A new EU industrial strategy would drive health and growth

5 November 2019

Europe must play to its strengths and pharma is an area of strategic economic and social value where the EU is a global player, writes EFPIA's Nathalie Moll.

3 December 2019

After conquering the worlds of sport and local politics in his native Sweden, newly-elected MEP David Lega now wants to change the world for the better on a European level. He tells Lorna Hutchinson about the issues that drive his passion for policymaking.

25 November 2019

European Defence Agency (EDA) Chief Executive Jorge Domecq talks to Rajnish Singh about the progress the EU has made in the realm of security and defence and what challenges lie ahead.

22 November 2019

Spanish Socialist MEP Nicolás González Casares, a member of Parliament’s delegation to next month’s COP25, tells Rajnish Singh about his hopes and ambitions for the keenly-awaited climate conference.

In partnership across borders

10 December 2019

Whatever the future UK-EU relationship, the City of London Corporation is determined to become a global hub for green investment, an engine of the transition to a low carbon economy and to play its part in championing sustainable green finance. Brian Johnson reports.

5G - Game changer

5 December 2019

The potential of 5G is virtually limitless, but will need widespread cooperation to accelerate the roll-out and reap the benefits, reports Martin Banks.

The next chapter

18 November 2019

The senior executives panel at this year’s European Payment Institutions Federation (EPIF) annual conference centred on what was keeping CEOs in the payments industry awake at night. Brian Johnson reports. 

9 December 2019

The conference on personalised medicine was attended by a range of high-level health experts and EU officials.

6 December 2019

Campaigners say the lives of 3.4 million EU citizens in the UK and 1.6 million Britons in Europe have been “in limbo” since the 2016 Brexit referendum.

2 December 2019

The head of an EU-wide body representing Europe’s spirits sector has called for an “ambitious EU trade policy” from the new European Commission.

10 December 2019

Liesje Schreinemacher (NL, RE) is a member of Parliament’s INTA and JURI committees.

19 November 2019

Karen Melchior (DK, RE) is a member of the European Parliament’s JURI and FEMM committees

4 November 2019

Alexandra Louise Rosenfield Phillips (UK, Greens/EFA) is a member of Parliament’s Employment and Social Affairs committee.

22 November 2019

The demands to act on climate change are correct and justified; let’s ensure we use the right tools and approaches in delivering solutions, writes Peter Liese.

21 November 2019

“Accurate, quality assured and freely available environmental data from ECMWF’s Copernicus Services supports policymakers and businesses throughout the European Union with the information, evidence and tools to make climate smart decisions,” explains Carlo Buontempo, recently appointed Director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service.

15 November 2019

As Madrid prepares to host COP25, Spanish Socialist MEP Nicolás González Casares, a member of Parliament’s delegation, talks to us about his hopes and ambitions for the keenly-awaited climate conference and is this issue’s cover star.