More than 3.3 million EU and European Economic Area citizens have been granted the right to remain in the UK permanently after Brexit, the Home Office has said, according to The Guardian. More than half of those had been granted “settled status”, having demonstrated they have been in the country for five years or more. It is estimated between three million and 3.8 million EU citizens live in the UK.
Nato is to investigate French allegations that Turkish warships targeted a French one in a confrontation over the Libya conflict, which has divided allies.
Although Friday’s summit was supposed to be an opportunity for Poland to commit to climate neutrality by 2050 – like the rest of the EU – the coronavirus has postponed that discussion, with domestic elections also upcoming.
Three MEPs received numerous death threats in the Czech Republic for asking questions about how EU funds are being spent. One of them had his entire family under police protection after people threatened to murder his four children.
In meticulous detail it exposes the ways Andrej Babis has obscured the fact he remains the sole beneficiary of his agrochemical corporation, Agrofert and how he has been fraudulently accessing subsidies both on the European and the national level.
EU leaders on Friday will share their takes – online – on the €750bn recovery and €1.1 trillion budget plans, before they try to seal the deal at one or two likely head-to-head meetings in July.