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  • Euronews: US Company Taken to EU Court Over Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals' in Landmark Case

    September 15, 2021

    US-based Chemours, a spinoff company of DuPont, which includes brands such as Teflon, has been named in a landmark case at the EU Court of Justice, over allegations that the chemical giant has worked to prevent action on harmful chemicals, with a decision expected in early 2022.

  • French Candidate Barnier Calls for Legal Sovereignty for France

    September 10, 2021

    Michel Barnier, former Brexit chief negotiator for the EU and potential candidate for next year’s French presidential election, reportedly called for "a referendum on the question of immigration" saying France must regain its "legal sovereignty in order to no longer be subject to the judgments" of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights.

  • New Report Recommends more UK Engagement with Three Seas Initiative

    September 08, 2021

    A recent report commissioned by Conservative MP Daniel Kawczynski concerning the Three Seas Initiative (3SI), an economic project in Central and Eastern Europe currently involving 12 countries, offers post-Brexit Britain a great opportunity to engage with EU partners.

  • EU to Seek Daily fines Against Poland over Dispute

    September 08, 2021

    As the long running dispute continues between the European Union and Poland over Poland's judicial system, the European Commission moved this week to force Poland to comply with the rulings of the European Court of Justice or face daily fines.

  • EU Observer: Rule-of-Law Issues Continue to Stall Hungary-Poland Recovery Plans

    September 07, 2021

    Concerns regarding the rule of law are keeping The EU Commission locked in negotiations with Hungary and Poland over the approval of their Covid-19 recovery plans including Poland’s challenge to the primacy of EU law over national law.

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