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Coronavirus live: EU to speed up Covid drugs approval; all over-50s in France eligible for vaccine from Monday

Bloc aims to have at least three new medicines authorised by October; all over-50s in France can get jab from MondayUS support for vaccine patent waivers puts pressure on EU and UKEU ‘ready to discuss’ waiver on Covid vaccine patentsWhat is patent waiving and will it solve the global shortage?Nepal facing ‘human catastrophe’ amid rampant Covid surgeCovid third wave ‘inevitable’ in India, say health experts 1.18pm BST Alcohol-related deaths rose by a fifth last year and are at their highest l...
Tags: England, Wales, France, India, Eu, World news, Office For National Statistics, BST Reuters, UKEU, PA Media, Coronavirus


What is behind the dispute over fishing rights around Jersey?

British navy patrol boats, protesting French fishers and Brexit – a summary of the escalating rowThe immediate threat to which the prime minister was apparently responding when he dispatched the patrol vessels on Wednesday evening was a mooted blockade by French fishing boats of the port of St Helier, Jersey’s main entry point for supplies. French fishers accuse the Jersey authorities of limiting access to the waters around the Channel island – and being in breach of the post-Brexit arrangements...
Tags: Europe, UK, France, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Energy industry, Britain, Military, Foreign Policy, Royal Navy, Channel Islands, Brexit, Jersey, Fishing Industry


European Union: Regulation Round Up - Proskauer Rose LLP

Welcome to the Regulation Round Up, a regular bulletin highlighting the latest developments in UK and EU financial services regulation.
Tags: UK, News, Eu, Proskauer Rose LLP


EU ‘ready to discuss’ waiver on Covid vaccine patents

US-backed proposal described as a game-changer by WHO but move angers pharmaceutical companiesCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, has said the bloc is “ready to discuss” a US-backed proposal for a waiver on the patents for Covid-19 vaccines as pressure built for a move that could boost their production and distribution around the world.Pharmaceutical companies reacted with anger, and some countries with private as...
Tags: US, Eu, European Union, World news, Joe Biden, World Trade Organization, World Health Organization, Pharmaceuticals industry, Vaccines and immunisation, Ursula von der Leyen, Biden Administration, Coronavirus, European Commission Ursula von der Leyen


European Union: Tax Exemption On Italian Dividends And Capital Gains Earned By EU UCITS/AIF - Caiazzo Donnini Pappalardo & Associati

Art. 1, Paragraphs 631-633 of Law N0. 178 of 30th December 2020 (published on the Official Gazette of 30th December 2020) the "2021 Budget Law" equates the tax exempt treatment of dividends...
Tags: News, Eu, European Union, Caiazzo Donnini Pappalardo


Coronavirus live: EU ‘ready to discuss’ vaccine patent waiver after WHO calls US move ‘heroic’; new India case record

Von der Leyen says EU ‘ready to discuss’ vaccine patent proposals; WHO hails US move as ‘heroic’; experts say India peak may not be reached for weeksTwo Pfizer vaccine doses give over 95% protection, shows Israel studyNew Zealand suspends quarantine-free travel from NSW over two casesUS declares support for patent waiver on Covid-19 vaccinesTweaked Moderna vaccine ‘neutralises Covid variants in trials’See all our coronavirus coverage 9.32am BST My colleague Kevin Rawlinson has just launched ...
Tags: UK, England, India, US, Eu, World news, University of Cambridge, Kevin, NSW, Scotland Wales, Sharon Peacock, von der Leyen, Kevin Rawlinson, Coronavirus, Times Radio, COVID


UK: The 4 Biggest Mistakes - In-House Law

Most construction and energy industry companies are making that may result in them losing their EU migrant workforce this summer and how to fix them in 3 easy steps.
Tags: UK, News, Eu


Brexit: UK gives EU ambassador full diplomatic status

Joao Vale de Almeida will be immune from taxation or prosecution, as with officials from sovereign nations.
Tags: UK, News, Eu, João Vale de Almeida


EU negotiator Barnier spills Brexit secrets in new book

From Theresa May and Boris Johnson to English breakfasts, Michel Barnier's new book reveals all.
Tags: News, Eu, Theresa May, Boris Johnson, Michel Barnier, Barnier


Until Labour remainers properly accept Brexit, the party will be stuck in limbo | Larry Elliott

Brexit has settled the UK’s relationship with the EU for years to come. Labour’s duty now is to help improve leavers’ livesTraditionally, Europe is the issue that afflicts the Conservative party. Margaret Thatcher, John Major, David Cameron and Theresa May were all – in different ways – booted out of Downing Street as a result of Britain’s troubled relationship with Europe.The political pattern has now been turned on its head. It will be five years next month since the UK voted narrowly to leave...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, Britain, Theresa May, Foreign Policy, Labour, Tories, Downing Street, Hartlepool, Brexit, Larry Elliott, Until Labour


Italy will reopen to foreign tourists from mid-May, says PM

‘Green pass’ will apply to travellers who have recovered from Covid, been vaccinated or tested negativeCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageItaly will allow tourists to enter quarantine-free as soon as this month, the prime minister, Mario Draghi, has announced, saying the country was “ready to welcome back the world”.Visitors who have had an EU-approved Covid-19 vaccine, recovered from the disease, or tested negative 48 hours prior to travelling will be allowed entry with...
Tags: Europe, Eu, World news, Mario Draghi, Italy, Coronavirus


France threatens to cut Jersey's electricity over post-Brexit fishing rights – video

The French maritime minister, Annick Girardin, warned on Tuesday that France could cut off electricity to the British island of Jersey in a dispute over fishing rights. The warning followed claims from Paris that Jersey was  stalling in issuing licences to French boats under the terms of the UK’s post-Brexit trade deal with the EU. 'The agreement provides for retaliatory measures and these measures of retaliation we are ready to use,' Girardin told French lawmakers.France threatens to cut off po...
Tags: UK, France, Eu, European Union, World news, Paris, Brexit, Jersey, Annick Girardin, Girardin


UK: Key Considerations When Entering Into Contracts Post-Brexit - Mayer Brown

Those in the chemicals industry involved in the drafting and negotiation of commercial contracts should consider the effect of the UK's withdrawal from the EU on those contracts.
Tags: UK, News, Eu, Brexit Mayer Brown


Tory quarrels determined UK’s post-Brexit future, says Barnier

Revealed: EU chief negotiator’s diaries, The Great Illusion, give blow-by-blow account of moves behind UK’s departureBritain’s post-Brexit future was determined by “the quarrels, low blows, multiple betrayals and thwarted ambitions of a certain number of Tory MPs”, the EU’s chief negotiator has said in his long-awaited diaries.The UK’s early problem, writes Michel Barnier in The Great Illusion, his 500-page account, was that they began by “talking to themselves. And they underestimate the legal ...
Tags: Europe, Books, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, Conservatives, UK News, World news, Culture, Foreign Policy, Brexit, Michel Barnier, Barnier


European Union: EU Whistleblowing Directive Part 3 (Video) - Safecall

Whistleblowing and misconduct have been commonly reported as front page news for some time. The long history of modern corporate misconduct is often discussed with reference to the Enron scandal in 2001.
Tags: News, Eu, Enron


Cyprus: What Are The Main Benefits Offered By The Cyprus Non-Dom Regime? - Dixcart Group Limited

Cyprus offers; a warm climate, good infrastructure, convenient geographic location, membership of the EU, tax advantages for companies and incentives for individuals through the Cyprus non-dom regime.
Tags: News, Eu, Cyprus, Dixcart Group Limited


EU ‘suspends’ ratification of China investment deal after sanctions

Massive trade agreement stalls after tit-for-tat sanctions prompted by Chinese policy in XinjiangThe European Commission has said that efforts to ratify a massive investment deal with China have been in effect suspended after tit-for-tat sanctions were imposed over China’s treatment of its Uyghur population in March.“We now in a sense have suspended … political outreach activities from the European Commission side,” said the commission’s executive vice-president, Valdis Dombrovskis, on Tuesday. ...
Tags: Europe, China, Angela Merkel, International Trade, Eu, European Union, World news, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Foreign Policy, European Commission, Brussels, Xinjiang, Valdis Dombrovskis, EU China, Uyghurs


EU efforts to ratify China investment deal ‘suspended’ after sanctions

Political outreach to promote the massive trade agreement stalls after tit-for-tat sanctions prompted by Beijing’s policy in XinjiangThe European Commission has said that efforts to ratify a massive investment deal with China have been in effect suspended after tit-for-tat sanctions were imposed over China’s treatment of its Uyghur population in March.“We now in a sense have suspended … political outreach activities from the European Commission side,” said the commission’s executive vice-preside...
Tags: Europe, China, Angela Merkel, International Trade, Eu, European Union, World news, Beijing, Xi Jinping, Foreign Policy, European Commission, Brussels, Xinjiang, Valdis Dombrovskis, EU China, Uyghurs


Italy will reopen for tourists in mid-May, Prime Minister Draghi said

A general view of the Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain) empty and without tourists during the first day of lockdown on March 15. Antonio Masiello/Getty Images Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said the nation was nearly ready to welcome back tourists. The country will reopen for tourism between European Union countries in mid-May. Italy experienced a third wave of COVID-19 infections beginning in March. See more stories on Insider's business page. Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi...
Tags: News, International, Trends, Eu, European Union, Mario Draghi, Speed, Tourism, Italy, Draghi, Hopkins, Reuters, Breaking, Antonio Masiello Getty, Connor Perrett, Coronavirus


European Union: EU Issues 'Gold Standard' For Environmentally Sustainable Activities - William Fry

On 21 April 2021, the EU published the first of two planned sets of performance criteria for environmentally sustainable activities under the Taxonomy Regulation.
Tags: News, Eu, William Fry


European Union: EU Expected To Approve UK's Data Privacy Regime - Littler Mendelson

Following Brexit, the European Commission is working on an adequacy decision concerning the UK, which will be announced before the end of June 2021.
Tags: UK, News, Eu, European Commission, Littler Mendelson


The Papers: 'Wish EU were here' and holiday spots 'to reopen'

Tuesday's front pages focus on the prospect of Britons being able to travel abroad this summer.
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The Papers: 'Wish EU were here' and holiday spots 'to reopen'

Tuesday's front pages focus on the prospect of Britons being able to travel abroad this summer.
Tags: UK, News, Eu


UK likely to give green light for travel to fewer than 10 EU countries

Traffic light system to be used cautiously despite European plan to let in Covid-vaccinated tourists from JuneCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageBritons’ summer holiday plans were given a major boost on Monday, as the EU confirmed vaccinated travellers will be able to fly to Europe from June, though it’s understood the UK could give the green light to travel to fewer than 10 countries.The changing quarantine requirements for popular holiday destinations looks set to make...
Tags: Europe, UK, Eu, Conservatives, Travel & leisure, UK News, World news, Portugal, Boris Johnson, Vaccines and immunisation, Gibraltar, Keir Starmer, Malta, Coronavirus, COVID


Covid vaccine rollout rapidly gathering pace across Europe

EU now confident that supply – the biggest problem in early months of year – should not be an obstacle to further accelerationCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe restaurant and cafe terraces spilling out into the streets of the pretty Dutch medieval town of Sluis were teeming over the weekend with smiling people clinking glasses under the spring sun.The Netherlands reopened alfresco hospitality last Wednesday and Belgians, ignoring official advice, had driven a short ...
Tags: Europe, Eu, European Union, World news, Netherlands, Belgium, Vaccines and immunisation, Coronavirus, Sluis, Resto de Eetboetiek


EU plans summer opening for vaccinated tourists

After nearly a year of closed borders, the European Union proposes opening up to fully vaccinated global travelers, a move that should help revive tourism industry fortunes.
Tags: Eu, European Union, Cnn


EU unveils plans for overseas tourists to return

The proposals will allow fully vaccinated non-EU travellers to enter for non-essential purposes.
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European Union: Are You Aware Of The Changes To Sponsoring EU Nationals? - Walker Morris

Are you aware that UK businesses can no longer recruit EU nationals without sponsoring them under the UK's new immigration system, unless the prospective candidate already has settled...
Tags: UK, News, Eu, European Union, Walker Morris


EU plans to reopen to fully Covid-vaccinated foreign tourists from June

Holidaymakers would also be welcome from countries with low case rates but bloc would retain ‘emergency brake’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe EU would reopen to holidaymakers from countries with low Covid infection rates such as the UK, and to anyone who has been fully vaccinated, by the start of June under a European Commission plan.With the rate of vaccination rising “dramatically” in EU member states, commission officials said it was time to relax rules on non-...
Tags: Europe, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, European Commission, Vaccines and immunisation, Coronavirus


Coronavirus live news: EU recommends opening Europe to vaccinated foreign travellers; India nears 20m cases

European Commission recommends easing restrictions on travel into EU by vaccinated people; India reports slight drop in cases and deaths‘Calamity of maternal deaths’: Covid concern grows for Brazil’s pregnantAustralians could die in India under travel ban, medical chief warnsPrince Harry calls for equitable distribution of Covid vaccines Everest Covid outbreak throws climbing season into doubtIPL match postponed after two players test positive for CovidSee all our coronavirus coverage 11.24am ...
Tags: Europe, Sweden, India, Eu, World news, Everest, Nepal, European Commission, Brazil, Geneva, Coronavirus, Everest Covid, Olsson Fridh



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