Europe Political News
Soldiers based in Northern Ireland are set to teach Ukraine’s armed forces how to deal with home-made bombs. Read more.
As voting registration drew to a close, Corbyn’s popularity shows no sign of letting up. YouGov poll giving him 53 per cent of support. Read more.
“Airports VAT relief is to reduce prices for travellers, not as a windfall gain for shops,” David Gauke, Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Read more.
John Keefe: “Catching them all will take a blank cheque, which is obviously unsustainable.“ Read more.
Greece has agreed a bailout deal “in principle” with its creditors, the European Commission has said. Read more.
The findings will fuel frustration with David Cameron’s insistence on increasing the annual aid budget while cutting spending at home. Read more.
Britain is selling billions of pounds’ worth of weapons to the war-torn Middle East – including countries which could be overrun by ISIS. Read more.
Europe will not preserve its living standards if it absorb millions of migrants from Africa, the foreign secretary has said. Philip Hammond. Read more.
The new ambassadors are – Mr. Andrezj Dycha of Poland, Mr. Stanislas Kamanzi of Rwanda and Mr. Stephane De Loeckeras of Belgium. Read more.
Federal Ministry Of Agriculture And Rural Development Decries EU Ban On Food Commodities Entering Member Countries
Jatto Ohaire, Director of Agri-Business and Marketing Development Department, said the ministry “must strive to meet the EU standards’’. Read more.