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First-ever EU-wide rules on collective redress

Rules allowing groups of consumers harmed by illegal practices to launch collective actions and seek compensation were confirmed by plenary on Tuesday. Currently, only 19...

EC calls on national political parties to join efforts to ensure free and fair elections

In September 2018, as part of the State of the Union, President Jean-Claude Juncker proposed measures to bolster European democracy and protect free and...

Parliament backs Council of Europe data protection convention

Parliament gives consent to EU countries to ratify the protocol amending the Council of Europe data protection convention to adapt it to the digital...

First EU-wide protection for whistle-blowers agreed

EU negotiators reached an agreement on rules to protect whistle-blowers, setting up safe mechanisms for reporting breaches and measures against retaliation. On Monday, Parliament and...

Jagland on Russians, rights, Turkey and slavery

The European Court of Human Rights is now on firmer ground than when he was elected in 2009, said Secretary General of the Council...

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Chinese irritation grows as EU launches new competition probe

China snapped back at the European Union over new...

Spain at work on bill to regulate illegal migrants

The lower house of Spain’s Parliament approved a proposal...

Parliament debates Chinese police activity in Europe: Hungary’s case

A summit on law enforcement between China and Hungary...

EU MEPs overhaul migration law in bid to defuse far-right campaign issue

MEPs have approved a major overhaul of the European...

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