Spain’s coalition between PSOE and Unidas Podemos gambled on rowing back austerity measures in a period of relative calm – but now, facing a historic recession, its forces find themselves increasingly at odds.
The EU’s due diligence law aimed at making businesses accountable for human rights violations and environmental harm throughout their value chain will only cover 1% of EU companies, according to a draft of the proposal […]
To protect citizens from soaring gas prices, EU governments must accelerate the deployment of renewable heating, a technology that is ready to replace gas boilers, but only affordable for a standard household in 8 EU […]
Could we possibly have a reasoned debate about the several alternative retirement schemes? To judge from the government’s attitude, one might well doubt it. The current government is endeavouring to restrict the discussion to the […]