Government officials of the British overseas territory, located at the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula, are “extremely concerned” over the rules applied to ambulances transferring patients to Spanish hospitals, which are now being classified in the same way as commercial vehicles.
Its planned launch in Strasbourg this weekend could be scrapped as a result of the feud between the European Council, Commission and Parliament. Senior Belgian MEP Guy Verhofstadt, one of the conference’s co-chairs, was said to be going to “war” in order
The former BBC presenter, widely regarded as Britain’s toughest interviewer, took to Twitter after Scottish Greens co-leader Lorna Slater insisted Scotland needed a government that was not “waving Brexit nationalist flags” and “cutting us off from our nearest neighbours”. Speaking to BBC
France lockdown: Paris students queue for food parcels And Emmanuel Macron’s France, which lags far behind the UK in terms of the number of COVID-19 jabs administered, was particularly badly hit, witnessing a drop of nearly five percent. The data, published by
Parliamentarians in both the Commons and the Lords have marked the death of the prince consort with tributes to his life and work. The Duke of Edinburgh died on Friday at the age of 99. The country is now in an official
A host of EU nations are increasingly furious with the European Commission President for attempting to exploit the row in order to rebuild her tarnished reputation. Insiders say the bloc’s leaders are preparing a challenge against the top eurocrat’s latest bid to
The low-cost airline said the bloc’s slow recovery from the coronavirus pandemic had delayed a revival in passenger numbers ahead of the summer holidays season. It said the “slow rollout in the EU of COVID-19 vaccines” means passenger traffic will be lower
The Arbroath and Montrose branches of the SNP made business support grant applications to Angus Council in July for £10,000 each. But they were later told grants should not have been given to political parties and asked to repay the sum. Following
THE DUTCH government refused to invest in an AstraZeneca vaccines plant in its own country – while Britain pumped in more than £20million to boost production.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte turned down an offer to help finance an expansion at the Halix plant, which makes around five million doses a month of the Oxford-produced jab. The factory has been at the centre of a cross-Channel row over immunisation