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Theresa May suffers third Brexit defeat in Lords

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

Peers back replication of European charter of fundamental rights in British lawThe House of Lords handed the government its third defeat over Brexit in less than a week, voting down plans to exclude European Union rights from national law before Britain leaves.An opposition-backed amendment to the legislation, on which the government suffered two defeats last week, was backed by 316 to 245, a majority of 71. Continue reading...

The Guardian

TSB hit by online banking chaos after IT upgrade - business live

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

All the day’s economic and financial news, as TSB customers are unable to access their accounts after weekend technology migrationLatest: TSB suffers problems after IT upgradeCustomers demand answersTSB statement: We’re really sorryParent company: It’s a success! 6.40pm BST Britain’s financial ombudsman, which mediates on complaints between customers and financial firms, is also taking an interest:We’re sorry to hear that lots of you have had problems

BBC News

Apple's Shazam deal faces European probe

BBC News | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

Seven countries asked the European Commission to review the purchase of the music identification app.

The Guardian

May is chasing a fantasists’ Brexit. She must change course now | Rafael Behr

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

It’s clear a sensible withdrawal will involve compromise. No one will be totally happy but a brave PM would do what was rightWho can say, hand on heart, that the customs union was uppermost in their mind in the polling booth on referendum day? Each vote contained a multitude of motives, and the subtleties of the EU’s common external tariff were in the mix somewhere, but as obscure chemical elements in a complex electoral compound. The only certain

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Shock as Armenia's prime minister steps down after 11 days of protests

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

‘You were right; I was wrong’ – Serzh Sargsyan releases detained opposition leader and resignsFor 11 days, the opposition pressure mounted against Serzh Sargsyan, Armenia’s most powerful politician. But few expected he would go so quietly. Sargsyan, the country’s prime minister and former president for a decade, resigned suddenly on Monday in a stunning concession to the country’s opposition, which had filled the former Soviet republic’s main square with

The Guardian

If only the west’s motives for Syria strikes were more principled | Letters

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

The taboo on chemical weapons doesn’t seem to apply to making and selling other instruments of mass destructionPeter Beaumont says of chemical weapons that “the idea that other weapons are equally deadly misses the point, which is that we have decided that this class of killing – like the wanton murder of civilians and shooting prisoners – is beyond the pale” (Poison gas has been taboo for a century. It must remain so, 19 April). However, he misses a

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The Guardian view on Macron in Washington: a need for results | Editorial

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

France’s president has forged a good relationship with Donald Trump. But he needs policy concessions as well as handshakes from his US visitA young European leader flies to Washington on an official visit. He is a modernising charmer from the progressive wing of politics, articulate and comfortable with the media. He arrives to meet an American president whose politics are emphatically not his, and whose election has dismayed US liberals, disrupted the

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Scientists plan huge European AI hub to compete with US

The Guardian | World media » Europe aktuálně » 23. duben, 2018

Exclusive: In an open letter, the scientists say the proposed Ellis institute is essential to avoid brain drain to big tech firmsLeading scientists have drawn up plans for a vast multinational European institute devoted to world-class artificial intelligence (AI) research in a desperate bid to nurture and retain top talent in Europe.The new institute would be set up for similar reasons as Cern, the particle physics lab near Geneva, which was created after

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