The final text of Article 11 -- which has been the other major bone of contention -- also ended up being pretty much what opponents had feared, limiting the ability for any service to show snippets with links.[...]Parliament says Article 11 will allow hyperlinks to news articles to be accompanied by "individual words or very short extracts" without payments to rightsholders.
The final text of the Copyright Reform will now have to be approved by the Legal Affairs Committee, then voted on by member state governments in the European Council -- but it'll likely be passed there.
The UK is scheduled to leave the EU at 11pm local time on March 29 2019.
Quote from: https://www.ft.com/content/64e7f218-4ad4-11e7-919a-1e14ce4af89bThe UK is scheduled to leave the EU at 11pm local time on March 29 2019.Oh no, this is not going according to schedule
Just a week before the deadline, Britain and the European Union struck a free-trade deal Thursday that should avert economic chaos on New Year's and bring a measure of certainty for businesses after years of Brexit turmoil.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said: "It was a long and winding road, but we have got a good deal to show for it.""It is fair, it is a balanced deal, and it is the right and responsible thing to do for both sides," she said in Brussels.
The EU has long feared that Britain would slash social, environmental and state aid rules after Brexit and gain a competitive advantage over the EU. Britain denies planning to institute weaker standards but said that having to follow EU regulations would undermine its sovereignty.
Johnson, who staked his career and reputation on extracting the country from the EU, said Britain will always be a strong friend and partner to the bloc."Although we have left the EU, this country will remain, culturally, emotionally, historically, strategically, geologically attached to Europe," he said.
Scottish prime minister's
She's just called the First Minister, not PM.
Even with that money given to Scotland
Arguably the most misunderstood part of the UK public sector budgeting mechanism is the Barnett Formula. The vast majority of people, politicians and the media seem to think that Barnett represents a subsidy to Scotland. Many Westminster MPs (mainly Conservatives) have described it as English taxpayers subsidising Scottish public spending, and the mainstream media have run headlines along those lines. There is just one little problem with that idea - it's complete and utter nonsense.
For the detractors of the EU, the centralised vaccine acquisition process by Brussels for 27 countries was a fantastic thing allowing smaller countries to have the same negotiating power as the bigger ones.Was not for that and people from Malta or Portugal or Estonia or many other nations would be vaccinated maybe by 2025.A rare (very rare) example of the benefits of a centralised model of government, the same way the international co-operation between scientists was also a rare example of globalisation benefits.Well, to Caesar what belongs to Caesar....
"Everyone gets, but I am first in line,
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