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Latest update : 2013-12-09

Working here, paying there: EU to tackle 'posted workers'

European Union labour ministers are to tackle the thorny issue of "posted workers" in a meeting this Monday. Under current EU rules, workers posted abroad from another member state are not obliged to pay social security costs in that country. It’s a situation that affects some 1.2 million people. We also look at the generous citizens who have donated to the UK’s national debt.

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2014-10-30 eurozone

The robot workforce is coming

Robots are coming, and they will either save your job or take it. We find out more. Meanwhile, 51 governments pledge to fight tax evasion by sharing financial information. Plus:...

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2014-10-29 Brussels

Brussels says French and Italian budgets are OK... for now

Brussels gives France and Italy the green light on their budgets after both countries made revisions to their spending plans that included further belt-tightening. Meanwhile,...

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2014-10-28 education

81 years to achieve gender equality, report says

A new report from the World Economic Forum has found it would take 81 years for men and women to achieve equality in the workplace. Nevertheless, the World Economic Forum's...

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2014-10-28 France

France aims to avoid EU censure with revised budget

The French government is hoping to avoid the rejection of its budget by the European Commission with a package of new measures aimed at reducing the deficit by €3.6 billion. We...

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2014-10-24 Europe

Budget tensions heat up in Brussels as EU leaders meet for second day

EU budget tensions are heating up in Brussels. Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi (pictured) threatens to publish the costs of European institutions, a way of hitting back at...

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