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Ticker Swedish parties reach deal to rule without far-right
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11. Jan, 18:20
Four months of political stalemate in Sweden ended on Friday when four parties, the Social Democrats, Greens, Liberals and the Centre party, agreed to back social democrat Stefan Loefven to continue as prime minister. Deadlocked since September elections the Centre Party and the Liberals were forced to break their alliance with the conservatives to get a new government that would not depend on votes from the far-right Sweden Democrat party.

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Agenda Aachen treaty and Brexit endgame This WEEK Today, 17:49
Germany and France are set to reinforce their alliance as the engine-house of European integration, while Britain continues to struggle to leave the EU.

Germany led way on EU human rights protection Today, 09:43
Germany led the way on protection of human rights this year, but Hungary, Italy, and Poland "undermined the EU's moral standing" on the world stage, a leading NGO said.

Opinion How to troll the European Parliament elections Today, 09:04
The May 2019 European parliament elections will take place in a context which make a very promising ground for protest votes and extreme views, aided by bots and algorithms.

EUobserved MEPs in Strasbourg: everywhere but the plenary Today, 08:02
Three EU leaders and the president of the ECB travelled to Strasbourg this week to debate with MEPs, but attendance was poor.

Brexit delay 'reasonable', as May tries cross-party talks 17. Jan, 09:23
EU countries have signalled they might accept a delay to Brexit as British prime minister Theresa May began cross-party talks on how to avoid a no-deal outcome.

MEPs allow Draghi's membership of secretive bank group 16. Jan, 18:23
A large majority rejected an amendment which would have called on the ECB to "put an end to the president's membership of the G30".

News in Brief
  1. Today, 12:53 EU trade commissioner asks for green light for US talks
  2. Today, 12:51 Slovakia's commissioner takes unpaid leave to run for presidency
  3. Today, 11:37 Minority elects Lofven as prime minister of Sweden
  4. Today, 08:51 Putin opposes EU prospects of Serbia and Kosovo
  5. Today, 09:05 Tsipras launches campaign to ratify Macedonia deal
  6. Today, 08:50 US-EU meeting in doubt after Trump cancels plane
  7. Today, 08:55 Germany and China to sign pact on finance cooperation
  8. Today, 08:57 Labour divided on second Brexit vote plan
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  2. Today, 09:43 Germany led way on EU human rights protection
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  4. Today, 08:02 MEPs in Strasbourg: everywhere but the plenary
  5. 17. Jan, 09:23 Brexit delay 'reasonable', as May tries cross-party talks
  6. 16. Jan, 18:23 MEPs allow Draghi's membership of secretive bank group
  7. 16. Jan, 17:55 EU parliament backs Morocco deal despite row
  8. 16. Jan, 15:09 Barnier open to 'future relations' talks if UK red lines shift
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