UK Set to Unveil Hardline Migration Bill that May Push « Boundaries of International Law »
March 08, 2023
The UK Government plans to unveil new hardline legislation that places a duty on the Home Secretary to remove anyone who enters the UK by crossing the Channel in a small boat to a safe country, which, according to Suella Braverman, « pushes the boundaries of international law ».
EU Commission, Council of EU and EU Parliament Ban TikTok over Security Concerns
March 01, 2023
Following the recent TikTok ban in the European Commission and Council of EU, The European Parliament has now banned the use of the social media app on staff devices and strongly recommend that MEPs delete it from their personal phones over increasing security concerns with China.
Legislation Preventing Parents Sharing Child’s Image Online Passes the French Assembly
March 01, 2023
France continues to aim to protect children online, this time, from their Parents oversharing photos on social media with a new draft legislation that has just received the green light from the National Assembly that will limit the amount of photos and the types of photos parents may share of their children online.
Ex-Georgian President’s Mistreatment Threatens Entry into the EU
February 21, 2023
The European Parliament has announced in a resolution that was passed with a massive majority that the treatment of former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili in prison poses a threat to Georgia’s ambitions to join the European Union.
Europe’s Energy In Good Shape Despite Cutting Russian Supplies
February 17, 2023
According to the European Commission assessment, despite early fears of energy shortages caused by eliminating Russian pipeline supplies, Europe is on course to get through winter with its vital gas storage facilities more than half full, keeping EU economies on track.