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UK Exports Toxic Pesticides Banned from Use in EU
11. 09. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Loopholes in international trade rules are being used by the...

Thunberg: EU Recovery Plan Does Not Tackle Climate Crisis Issue
22. 07. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Climate campaigner, Greta Thunberg, has lashed out at EU politicians,...

EU Climate Goals Won’t Be Harmed by Recovery Plan
29. 05. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The European Union's post-coronavirus recovery plan will not harm the...

Concerns Raised Over BlackRock Advising EU on Environmental Rules for Banks
14. 04. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The EU has hired one of the largest global investors...

Critics Accuse EU of Hypocrisy as 32 New Gas Projects Backed
17. 02. 2020 | Harry Pererra

Critics argue that the move will keep Europe burning fossil...

Brits Could Lose Free EU Mobile Roaming from 2021
31. 01. 2020 | Lauren Smith

The government has warned that Britons’ entitlement to free mobile...

Billions Could be 'Wasted' on New Gas Projects by EU, Report Claims
24. 01. 2020 | Harry Pererra

The European Union is at risk of wasting €29bn of...

European Investment Bank to Become First 'Climate Bank'
19. 11. 2019 | Harry Pererra

The European Investment Bank is positioning itself as the world’s...

European Commission Allows UK to Subsidise Fossil Fuel Generators
29. 10. 2019 | Harry Pererra

Despite being ruled illegal last year, the European Commission has...

Broadband, Mobile & Energy News: Weekly Roundup 16/07/18
16. 07. 2018 | Max Robinson

We’ve got your weekly roundup of the most important broadband...

EU Copyright Directive Passed Today Could Ruin Memes For All of Us
20. 06. 2018 | Lauren Smith

Someone owns the copyright on that photo of Grumpy Cat....

Analysis from UK new builds shows many still not “superfast broadband” capable
Fibre Optic
08. 03. 2018 | Michael Quinn

It has been the case for some time that many...