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By Stephen Gardner. A regulatory committee of representatives from the European Union's member states March 8 opted not to take a decision on the reauthorisation in the bloc of the herbicide glyphosate, possibly deferring a vote on the issue until May.

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By Stephen Gardner. An extraordinary tale of a dodgy legal dossier filed at the EU Court of Justice has a lot to say about how the European Union works.

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By Stephen Gardner. Article 29 Working Party highlights remaining outstanding issues in privacy overhaul.

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It's rather early days yet of course, but what might be the outcome of the UK referendum on continued membership of the European Union?

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By Stephen Gardner. David Cameron's promise, should he be re-elected, to renegotiate Britain's EU membership before putting it to the vote in 2017 is looking increasingly far-fetched.

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The 7000 staff of the Munich-based European Patent Office (including about 500 British nationals) are used to the perks that come with working for an international institution that sets it own labour laws.

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By Katharina Strobel. Embargo: EU-Politiker suchen nach Alternativmärkten, schnelles Handeln im Agrarsektor gefragt.

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By Stephen Gardner. A petty turf war has revived between the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union – the bit that represents the governments of the member states.

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By Katharina Strobel. Jean-Claude Juncker präsentiert umstrukturierte Aufgaben der designierten Kommissionspitze.

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By Stephen Gardner. European Commission supremo-elect Jean-Claude Juncker certainly cannot be faulted for lacking a sense of mischief.

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