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EU will require USB-C chargers. Apple isn't happy

The European Union proposed new rules on Thursday that will make USB-C ports standard on smartphones, tablets, cameras, phones, portable speakers and handheld video game systems.
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EU fears citizens will be barred from flights to UK due to rules confusion

Airlines may turn away EU nationals with settled status due to complex residency rules, says BrusselsConcerns have been raised that EU citizens living in the UK may not be allowed to board flights into the country because of confusion created by new government rules over ID cards and passports.From 1 October, EU citizens who do not have the post-Brexit right to live in the UK will not be able to use EU, EEA or Swiss national ID cards to enter the country. Continue reading...
Tags: Travel, Europe, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, Foreign Policy, Air transport, Flights, Brexit, BrusselsConcerns


The crisis manager: Angela Merkel’s double-edged European legacy

Across a decade of rolling threats, from the eurozone to Brexit and Covid, Germany’s outgoing chancellor focused on holding the EU together It was Monday 13 July 2015 and dawn had broken when Angela Merkel said it was all over: Greece would be leaving the eurozone. After 15 hours of all-nightcrisis talks, it looked like disaster. Merkel gathered her papers and was heading towards the door. If the summit had ended at that moment the history of the European Union, its fragile currency and Merkel’s...
Tags: Europe, Greece, France, Angela Merkel, Eu, European Union, World news, Pandora, Francois Hollande, Merkel, Alexis Tsipras, Brexit, Hollande, Donald Tusk, COVID Germany, German federal election 2021


Apple may be forced to change the iPhone's proprietary charging port under new EU proposal

Apple's latest lineup of iPhones, from the iPhone 13 to the iPhone 13 Pro Max. Apple Apple's iPhone uses a proprietary charging cable and port, known as "Lightning." The smartphone giant may be forced to switch iPhones to USB-C under a new European Union proposal. Apple would have two years to make the change - but it could switch to wireless charging by then. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple's iPhones are notorious for using proprietary cables and ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Europe, News, Trends, Eu, European Union, Commission, European Commission, Nintendo, Ports, Lightning cable, Council, European Parliament, Usb-c


EU moves to make USB-C mandatory

The European Commission published its proposal to make USB-C chargers mandatory for electronic devices, standardizing the various legacy and proprietary connectors. The biggest impact will be on Apple, still using Lightning connectors on various products, including its just-announced flagship iPhone 13 range. — Read the rest
Tags: Apple, Gadgets, Post, News, Eu, European Commission, Chargers, Interop


The EU wants Apple to ditch the Lightning port by 2024

A new European Union policy could force Apple to finally switch to USB-C despite its stubborn stance on the proprietary Lightning port.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Eu, European Union, Usb-c


The EU wants Apple to ditch the Lightning port for USB-C by 2024

A new European Union policy could force Apple to finally switch to USB-C despite its stubborn stance on the proprietary Lightning port.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Eu, European Union, Usb-c


EU rules to force USB-C chargers for all phones

Manufacturers could be forced to change devices to a uniform charging port.
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European Union: COVID-19 Key EU Developments, Policy & Regulatory Update No. 59 - Jones Day

This regular update (no. 59 | 16 August 2021) covers key regulatory EU developments related to the evolving COVID-19 situation (Antitrust & State Aid; Trade/Export Controls; Medicines, Medical Devices...
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Covid live news: Delta ‘crippling’ Alaska’s health system; South Korea urges testing amid holiday surge fears

Alaska imposes crisis care standards on all hospitals; South Korean authorities urge people returning from holiday week to get testedEngland’s Covid travel rules spark outrage around the worldFDA approves Pfizer booster shots for Americans ages 65 and olderNew Zealanders could get Covid jab with fast-food fixSee all our coronavirus coverage 8.20am BST At the start of the pandemic, the UK government said that nobody should lose their home because of Covid. But an investigation by the Bureau...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, UK, England, Wales, India, Africa, Eu, World news, Alaska, Oxford, Delta, Pfizer, Latin America, Latin America Africa, Janssen


European Union: UK Government Revises Post-Brexit Border Controls Timetable - Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP

The UK Government has announced a revised timetable for the introduction of border controls and checks for goods arriving from the EU, just two weeks ahead of the expected introduction of new rules for imports.
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Four migrants stuck on Poland-Belarus border die of hypothermia and exhaustion

Minsk accused of abandoning migrants at frontier in attempt to put pressure on EUFour people stranded on the border between Poland and Belarus have died in recent days, officials have said, amid continuing allegations that Minsk is abandoning migrants at its frontier in an attempt to put pressure on the EU.Polish authorities said three people, including an Iraqi man, were found dead, from hypothermia and exhaustion, on the Polish side of the border on Saturday, and the body of a woman was seen o...
Tags: Europe, Eu, European Union, World news, Migration, Refugees, Poland, Belarus, Minsk, Alexander Lukashenko


Four migrants found dead on Poland-Belarus border

Minsk accused of abandoning migrants at frontier in attempt to put pressure on EUFour people stranded on the border between Poland and Belarus have died in recent days, officials have said, amid continuing allegations that Minsk is abandoning migrants at its frontier in an attempt to put pressure on the EU.Polish authorities confirmed that three people, including an Iraqi man, were found dead, of hypothermia and exhaustion, on the Polish side of the border on Saturday, while the body of a woman ...
Tags: Europe, Iraq, Eu, European Union, World news, Afghanistan, Migration, Refugees, Poland, Belarus, Minsk, Alexander Lukashenko


European Union: Grenzüberschreitende Aufnahme Von Personalbeweisen Post-Brexit - Dorda Rechtsanwälte GmbH

Mit Ablauf des 31. 12. 2020 endete der in Art 126 des Austrittsabkommens zwischen der EU und dem Vereinigten Königreich vereinbarte Übergangszeitraum und damit auch die Anwendbarkeit der bis dahin in Geltung stehenden Verordnung ...
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Most Europeans believe US in new cold war with China and Russia – poll

Few view their own country as a direct participant but larger proportion feel EU is part of conflict A majority of Europeans believe a new cold war is under way between the US and its chief geopolitical rivals, China and Russia, according to a report – but few view their own country as a direct participant.Based on polling in 12 member states, the study by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) found, however, that more Europeans believed the EU leadership in Brussels was a party to th...
Tags: Europe, China, Russia, US, Eu, European Union, World news, US foreign policy, Brussels, European Council


EU official says 'something is broken' with US ties as sub spat casts shadow over Biden's UN address

Tensions between European leaders and the White House over a scuppered submarine deal threatened to overshadow President Joe Biden's address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, with one EU official saying "something is broken" in the transatlantic alliance.
Tags: Europe, News, White House, US, Eu, Joe Biden, Un, Biden, United Nations General Assembly


Covid live: US Covid deaths reach average of 1,900 a day; 31,564 new cases in UK

Average deaths per day day have climbed 40% over the past two weeks in United States; UK figures show 203 further deaths have been reportedEU set to accept NHS pass as proof of vaccinationTrials begin on Covid booster jab hoped to beat new variantsCovid-19 has now killed as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu pandemicCovid bereaved families group refused access to Tory conferenceGerman petrol station worker killed after face mask rowUS to lift travel ban for vaccinated passengers from UK and most ...
Tags: UK, India, US, Eu, World news, United States, NHS, Delta, World Health Organization WHO, Johns Hopkins University, Gamma, Coronavirus


European Union: Data Exclusivity And Market Protection In The EU / EEA And UK - J A Kemp LLP

In order to place a new medicinal product on the market in Europe, it is necessary first to obtain a marketing authorisation.
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Dan Tehan says EU free-trade negotiations are ‘business as usual’ despite tensions with France

Trade minister says Australia has a strong relationship with Europe and it is sometimes necessary to have ‘difficult conversations’• Get our free news app; get our morning email briefingThe federal trade minister, Dan Tehan, insists Australia’s free-trade agreement negotiations with the European Union are “business as usual”, despite growing unease over Australia’s treatment of France during the finalisation of the Aukus deal.Tehan’s trip to Europe early next month will now be partly spent tryin...
Tags: Europe, Australia, France, International Trade, Eu, European Union, Australia news, European Commission, Dan Tehan, Tehan, Aukus


Covid live: 31,564 new cases in UK; EU set to accept NHS pass as proof of vaccination

UK figures show 203 further deaths have been reported; UK officials say Brussels will recognise NHS pass as equivalent to EU’s ownTrials begin on Covid booster jab hoped to beat new variantsCovid-19 has now killed as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu pandemicCovid bereaved families group refused access to Tory conferenceGerman petrol station worker killed after face mask rowUS to lift travel ban for vaccinated passengers from UK and most of EU 5.21pm BST The president of Brazil Jair Bolsonar...
Tags: UK, New York, Wales, Eu, World news, NHS, Brazil, Un, Brussels, U N General Assembly, Neath Port Talbot, Jair Bolsonaro, Bolsonaro, Coronavirus, COVID


Global wildfire carbon dioxide emissions at record high, data shows

Figures from EU monitoring service for August are highest since it began measurements in 2003August was another record month for global wildfire emissions, according to new satellite data that highlights how tinderbox conditions are widening across the world as a result of the climate crisis.The Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service of the EU found that burning forests released 1.3 gigatonnes of carbon dioxide last month, mostly in North America and Siberia. This was the highest since the org...
Tags: Climate Change, Environment, Eu, European Union, World news, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Trees and forests, Wildfires, Siberia, North America, Climate Crisis, Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service


Energy crisis forces EU ministers to face up to reliance on natural gas

Analysis: As governments shield consumers against soaring prices, Russia and renewables are coming under scrutinyThe UK is far from alone in its energy crisis. Across Europe, governments are acting to shield consumers from soaring bills, with nerves growing about the coming winter. EU energy ministers will meet this week at an Alpine castle in Slovenia, where they will discuss global gas shortages and the union’s energy policy.Since the start of the year, wholesale gas prices in Europe have rise...
Tags: Energy, Europe, Business, UK, China, Russia, Environment, Renewable Energy, Eu, UK News, World news, Commodities, Energy industry, Gas, Slovenia, Alpine


Energy crisis forces EU ministers to debate reliance on natural gas

Analysis: As governments shield consumers against soaring prices, Russia and renewables are coming under scrutinyThe UK is far from alone in its energy crisis. Across Europe, governments are acting to shield consumers from soaring bills, with nerves growing about the coming winter. EU energy ministers will meet this week at an Alpine castle in Slovenia, where they will discuss global gas shortages and the union’s energy policy.Since the start of the year, wholesale gas prices in Europe have rise...
Tags: Energy, Europe, UK, China, Russia, Renewable Energy, Eu, UK News, World news, Commodities, Energy industry, Gas, Slovenia, Alpine


Covid live: 100,000 children in England off school on one day; EU set to accept NHS pass as proof of vaccination

Figures show 1.5% of all English pupils missed school one day last week; UK officials say Brussels will recognise NHS pass as equivalent to EU’s ownTrials begin on Covid booster jab hoped to beat new variantsCovid-19 has now killed as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu pandemicGerman petrol station worker killed after face mask rowUS to lift travel ban for vaccinated passengers from UK and most of EUBoris Johnson refuses to rule out UK Christmas Covid disruption 2.01pm BST The EU is expected ...
Tags: UK, England, Eu, World news, NHS, Netherlands, Cornwall, Brussels, Johnson, Eden, Coronavirus, NHS COVID


EU official says 'something is broken' with US ties as sub spat casts shadow over Biden's UN address

Tensions between European leaders and the White House over a scuppered submarine deal threatened to overshadow President Joe Biden's address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, with one EU official saying "something is broken" in the translantic alliance.
Tags: White House, US, Eu, Joe Biden, Cnn, Un, Biden, United Nations General Assembly


Brexit: Almost 100,000 people in NI apply to EU settlement scheme

The highest number of applications came from Polish people, followed by Lithuanians and Romanians.
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Aukus: French minister bemoans lack of trust in British alliance

Clément Beaune says Brexit fallout and the secret defence pact have undermined Franco-British relationsThe British-French alliance lacks trust, France’s EU affairs minister has said, citing Downing Street’s approach to the post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland and the secretly negotiated defence agreement with the US and Australia.Clément Beaune, a close ally of the French president, Emmanuel Macron, said that while the two problematic issues should not be mixed, together they highlight...
Tags: Europe, Politics, France, US, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Downing Street, Brexit, Emmanuel Macron, Clement Beaune, Aukus, Australia Clément Beaune


How the refugee crisis created two myths of Angela Merkel | Daniel Trilling

The right says the German chancellor undermined EU security; Liberals say it was a triumph. But her legacy is far more mixedWhen Angela Merkel steps down as chancellor after Germany’s elections later this month, the tributes will centre on her role as the figurehead of western liberalism; an island of stability, caution and openness in an era marked by turbulence and far-right reaction. She will be remembered “for serious work, stable leadership and having a gift for political compromise”, wrote...
Tags: Europe, Washington Post, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, European Union, World news, Afghanistan, Migration, Refugees, Merkel, Donald Trump, Balkans, Syria Iraq, Turkey Greece, Ishaan Tharoor


Welsh Cambrian Mountains lamb granted protected status

The name has been given protection in the UK under the replacement for the EU's scheme.
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Coronavirus live news: UK welcomes end of US travel ban; American Covid death toll passes 1918-19 flu pandemic

US lifts travel ban for vaccinated UK and EU passengers; Covid has killed more than 675,000 Americans as average daily deaths reach levels last seen in MarchCovid-19 has now killed as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu pandemicUS to lift Covid travel ban for vaccinated passengers from UK and most of EUCanada election result: Trudeau wins third term after early vote gambleSee all our coronavirus coverage 6.15am BST Overseas New Zealanders trying to return home are facing a queue tens of thousa...
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