The Falkland Islands government has released the following, ”Falkland Islands are not deemed part of the European Single Market. However, under the current OAD, the Islands have:Add your comment!
The European Union (EU) has insisted governments should move forward with abolishing the death penalty worldwide.
After leaving the European Union, the United Kingdom is out looking for new business associates and countries in the Persian Gulf seem to be the answer.
After reports Tuesday announced the reinstatement of Uruguay and also Costa Rica by the European Union to the “grey” list of tax havens, Montevideo was quick to reply all the EU had done was ratify “the status of Uruguay as a cooperating jurisdiction.”
French authorities have warned they would cut power supply to the United Kingdom Tuesday in the latest episode of the English Channel fisheries saga, it was reported.
A pool of British Army tanker drivers is on standby and to be deployed if required to deliver fuel, the UK government announced on Monday following chain supply pressure which has left many gasoline stations empty or rationing the little supply left.
The Government of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced Saturday it would be offering 10,500 temporary visas in the absence of a foreign labour force that was forced to leave the country after it cut itself loose from the European Union in addition to travel restrictions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.
The European Central Bank is facing strong demands to finish meetings behind closed doors with the private sector, following on disclosure that chief economist Philip Lane allegedly anticipated an inflation forecast, not yet published, in one of such events.
The European Union (EU) was joined by several countries Wednesday in a declaration whereby the international community vows to closely monitor the situation of women and girls in Afghanistan after the Taliban seizure of power last Sunday.
The 27 countries of the European Union imposed new sanctions against eight Nicaraguan leaders responsible for the deterioration of democracy in the country's institutions and for repression against the opposition. The list includes the Nicaraguan vice president and First Lady, Rosario Murillo. Juan Carlos Ortega head of the official television channel, the chief of Police, and the president of the National Assembly.