In this edition of The Brief from Brussels: EU lawmakers want to strip violators of rule of law norms off EU funds And in brief: EU gives financial support to Morocco’s migration strategy – Human Rights Watch criticizes Hungary and Poland for using migration to stoke fear – EU regulators based a decision to relicense the controversial weedkiller glyphosate on an assessment plagiarised from industry reports.
- Driverless, autonomous cars present ethical challenges — so how do we write the laws?
- Lawyers divided over proposed Civil Procedure Rules
- Senate confirms Neil Gorsuch to the supreme court after historic rules change
- Bayer AG’s stock sets seven-year record after favourable court ruling
- Poland, Hungary broke EU laws by refusing to host migrants: court adviser
- Trump, Brexit and the Rise of Europe's Far-Right Stoke Fear in Brussels
- Insect protection law mooted by German minister
- Brussels accuses Orbán of peddling conspiracy theory with Juncker poster
- Europe Split Over UN Global Compact for Migration - Politicians
- How Belgium Turned Brussels Into an ISIS Powder Keg
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