Richard Lutz rifles through another mess of a week. – and a stormy one too
The Left’s arguments for remaining in the EU are anathema to David Cameron and George Osborne. So go make them, urges Steve Beauchampé.
A majority of voters would prefer the UK to be a member of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) as opposed to the EU, according to a new survey published today by the Bruges Group.
The European Commission has announced a plan to team up with the private sector and national governments to invest 22 billion euros in research over the next seven years.
Local Lib Dem Euro MP Phil Bennion has welcomed Croatia becoming the EU’s 28th member state this week as a victory for the British vision of a wider Europe.
The Government is being urged to take urgent action on pesticides after laboratory tests found traces of the weed killer glyphosate in the bodies of people across numerous European countries, including Britain.
The sudden shutdown of all channels of Greece’s national broadcasting company by the Greek government is ‘unacceptable for an EU democracy’, says West Mids and Warks Lib Dem MEP Phil Bennion.
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
The Government must take urgent action to protect declining bee populations by supporting European Commission proposals next Monday
A new funding scheme for West Midlands SMEs is aiming to award 200 grants over the next two years in a bid to help manufacturing businesses boost their competitiveness.
Up to €20,000 will be awarded to selected entrepreneurial companies that participate in the Low Carbon Incubator Programme 2013
A group of Birmingham residents are to take part in an extraordinary exhibition at Ikon Gallery later this month.
A new state-of-the-art centre showcasing the latest technology to enable businesses to enhance their competitiveness is set to be launched at Wolves Uni
The Bruges Group are holding a public meeting in Birmingham next Monday. Entrance is free.
The German Marshall Fund has recently released its eleventh Transatlantic Trends survey. It charts US and European public opinion on a range of transatlantic issues, including foreign policy challenges, support for NATO, the economy, and the rise of other world powers.
The European Investment Bank has formally agreed to provide £75 million to fund developments to teaching, research and campus facilities at the University of Birmingham.
Coventry University is preparing to host an international symposium on domestic violence next week
The Niche Innovation Scheme is offering small and medium enterprises in the region a selection of research and development grants…
Our economics reporter, Sir Howard Elston, analyses the latest shock move by the government to rescue the UK from the hurricane of Euro fiscal disaster. The British Lion roared last night as it launched its latest campaign to buoy up sterling. In an effort to throw frogs’ legs into the face of the French and…
Our science editor Howard Elston (RBI) gives us the latest in the shocking new development that will change our very lives- forever.
Howard Elston, our Westminster editor, files this shock report on Nick Clegg’s sudden decision that he will leave government this week
Our diplomatic editor Sir Howard Elston has just been allowed out of jail and sends this report from Brussels
Andy Munro has finally returned from Belgium.
Alan Clawley explains how the PFI system defies economic logic.