After Months of Coronavirus Lockdowns, Finding a Way Out for Europe

BARCELONA–Good Friday in Spain ratings nearly a month of a general coronavirus lockdown. Villages in the countries of the south of Spain that normally would welcome tourists for the Semana Santa holiday are now shuttered. Some have opted to erect…

Read More

EU parliament moves to email voting during COVID-19 pandemic

The European Parliament will temporarily admit electronic voting by email as MEPs are forced to work remotely during the coronavirus crisis. A spokeswoman for the parliament confirmed today that an” alternative electronic voting procedure” has been agree for the plenary…

Read More

Shuttered Europe Cracks Under the Coronavirus Strain

PARIS-The lamentable, shuttered coffeehouses of Paris are just the latest symptom of the coronavirus pandemic here in Europe, which is now more than a health crisis and an economic crisis. It is changing traditional ways of life even as the…

Read More

Europes Deliveroo and Glovo switch on contactless delivery during COVID-19 pandemic

European on-demand food delivery startups are starting to add” contactless’ deliveries in response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Earlier this month U.S. startups, including Postmates and Instacart, computed an option for customers to choose not to have their dinner handed to…

Read More

Frontline Ventures raises new $80M fund focused on bringing US firms to Europe

Frontline Ventures, based in Dublin and London, announced here today a new $80 million money designed to assist U.S. tech companionships expanding into Europe. The brand-new Frontline X money — which means the house now has $ 200 million under…

Read More

Facebook Dating launch blocked in Europe after it fails to show privacy workings

Facebook has been left red-faced after being forced to call off the launch date of its dating service in Europe because it failed to give its produce EU data regulator enough advanced warning — including failing to demonstrate it had…

Read More

We leave the EU tonight but Europe is still alive in peoples hearts | Gaby Hinsliff

As Britain reaches the point of no return, its the deeper gut feelings of being European that are bubbling up, says Guardian editor Gaby Hinsliff Long before we really disappeared there, “abroad” announced shocking. Admittedly the idea of it filtered…

Read More

The Internet Made A List Of Potential EU Leaving Names And Its Awesome

Could these expeditions have prospered with catchier lists? Probably not, for rationales that are becoming clearer and clearer. But time in case, the internet’s punsters are parodying Brexit with suggestions for mentions that the rest of Europe can use if…

Read More

Boris Johnson dances around Varadkar’s claim of ‘hard’ Brexit

Irish leader anxieties UK wants to weakened European antagonists in areas such as food after exit Boris Johnson appears to be circumvent accusations from European leads that he is on course to deliver a” harder Brexit “. The prime minister…

Read More

Reddit links UK-US trade talk leak to Russian influence campaign

Reddit has linked chronicle activity involving the opening and amplification of sensitive UK-US trade talks on its platform during the ongoing UK election campaign to a suspected Russian political affect operation. Or, to keep it more patently, the social network…

Read More