The UK government is to abandon plans to scrap or review EU law by the end of this year. business secretary Kemi Badenoch said that the majority of the 4,000 pieces of retained EU legislation would remain law and that up to some 800 would be removed.
Poland is at loggerheads with the EU again as the rule of law dispute between Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki and the bloc deepens. At the European Parliament, Mr Morawiecki clashed with European Commission chief Ursula von der Leyen, accusing the EU of blackmail. The incident follows the ruling o
The European Union's 2020 Sakharov Prize for freedom of thought has been awarded to the opposition in Belarus and its leader, Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, for facing up to the Lukashenko regime. Belarus has been in the midst of a political crisis since the disputed presidential elections on 9 August, w
Andrew Kirke considers the controversial Copyright Directive, designed to control how copyrighted content is shared on online platforms. The Directive and its most controversial component, Article 13, requires online platforms to filter or remove unauthorised copyrighted material from their websites