European Institutions

  • U.K. MP Considers Legal Action on European Arrest Warrant

    October 22, 2014

    The Telegraph reports that U.K. Member of Parliament ("MP") Jacob Rees-Mogg has consulted with leaders from the anti-EU U.K. Independence Party on potential legal action to prevent the Conservative Government from re-joining the controversial European Arrest Warrant.

  • Traditional Parties Feel Squeeze from Euroskeptic Movements

    October 22, 2014

    An editorial in The Economist explains the challenges that European populist parties, which come both from the left and right and generally oppose the EU, pose to "traditional" parties of the political center.

  • Observers Criticize New EU Role as "Tax Police"

    October 22, 2014

    An article in The Wall Street Journal describes concerns from European businesses over the European Commission's investigation of tax deals between EU member states and companies, thus potentially taking new territory from national governments and creating legal uncertainties for businesses.

  • EU Authority Issues Warning on Banker Bonus Caps

    October 22, 2014

    Following its investigation of "allowances" that institutions have used to compensate executives without running afoul of recently passed bonus caps for banks in the EU, the European Banking Authority has called on EU authorities to demand that these allowances are consistent with the banker bonus legislation.

  • EU Calls for Draft Budgets from Member States

    October 22, 2014

    Based on EU legislation passed in the wake of the recent financial crisis, the European Commission called on EU member countries to submit their draft budgets last week in order for the Commission to request revisions by the end of October.

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