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UK / Could be forced to take jobless immigrants from around Europe

BRITAIN could be forced to accept unemployed migrants from the rest of Europe, Brussels chiefs declared yesterday. The European Commission said there was “no evidence” that they would take jobs from British nationals. It also insisted that immigrants should have the same access to benefits as people already living here — and even be shown … Continue reading

UPDATE : EU growth plan | Target: 17 million jobs

European Union officials are putting the final touches to a detailed economic growth plan they hope to unveil next week. The move comes as investors, spooked by the prospect of a deepening recession in the eurozone’s south, have pushed Spanish borrowing costs to their highest levels for four months. A draft of the 28-page plan … Continue reading

Europe | Treaty | Growth Plan Or Austerity ?

It depends on whom you’re asking the question it seems ! Europe’s Latest Treaty No Cause For Celebration – Forbes Leaders of 25 of the 27 European Union countries have signed a new Treaty on Stability, Coordination and Governance. The United Kingdom and the Czech Republic did not sign. The treaty is designed to put … Continue reading

European Social Partners Agree To Focus On Growth, Jobs, Strong Investments

The European social partners (ETUC, BUSINESSEUROPE, CEEP and UEAPME) agreed on the need for an urgent focus on growth and jobs and strong investments to support recovery. During their meeting preceding European Union summit in Brussels on Thursday, the European social partners presented their joint work program for 2012-2014, which includes, among others, a joint … Continue reading

Europe | Unemployment rises to record 10.7% in Euro Zone and above 20% for Youth and in Spain

Europe’s leaders travel to Brussels on Thursday, hoping to chart the continent’s way back to growth as figures show unemployment in the 17-country eurozone has spiked to its highest level since the euro was established in 1999. While the two-day summit is for once taking place amid relative calm on financial markets, Europe’s population is … Continue reading

Hundreds of thousands march in Spain against reforms | Reuters

Hundreds of thousands of people protested across Spain Sunday against reforms to the labor market they fear will destroy workers’ rights and spending cuts they say are destroying the welfare state. Organizers, including the two largest unions Comisiones Obreras and UGT, said as many as half a million people joined the protest in 57 towns … Continue reading

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