European Institutions

  • EU Investigates Member States' Aid to Power Companies

    April 29, 2015

    EurActiv reports that as part of its goal of building an EU Energy Union, the European Commission has announced that it is opening a broad investigation into the subsidies many EU member states give to power stations in order to prevent blackouts during periods of high demand.

  • Juncker May Accept Minor EU Treaty Changes for U.K.

    April 29, 2015

    BBC News reports that European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he has not ruled out minor revisions to the EU treaties in order to keep Britain in the bloc.

  • MEPs Resist Attempts to Publicize Spending

    April 29, 2015

    A group of Members of the European Parliament ("MEPs") have introduced an amendment seeking to limit the effect of legislation that would require MEPs to publicize how they spend their EU-provided allowances.

  • EU Requires Emergency Automobile Tracking Devices

    April 29, 2015

    Recent EU legislation will require all new cars in the EU, beginning in 2018, to be fitted with a tracking system that will automatically alert authorities in the case of a crash.

  • Elliott: EU Regulation Pushes Small Businesses Toward "Brexit"

    April 29, 2015

    Matthew Elliott of Business for Britain writes that a broad section of small and medium enterprises in the U.K. are concerned about Britain's continuing membership in the EU because it is these businesses that suffer the most from wide-ranging Brussels regulation.

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