A French processing company is in the spotlight over the horsemeat scandal that's sweeping Europe. The government in Paris has accused a firm called Spanghero of knowingly selling horsemeat as beef. The company denies the allegation.
1. Great Britain 422 € per client |
2. Luxembourg 400 € |
3. Switzerland 358 € |
4. Denmark 346 € |
5. France 303 € | Source: Deloitte Christmas Survey
If the atmosphere between Paris and Berlin is as bad as the tone of their dialogue, the EU has a problem, comments Barbara Wesel.
David Cameron has outlined plans to change rules for EU migrants going to Britain, most notably limiting their access to social welfare payments. He admitted that these changes would likely require EU treaty revisions.
French lawmakers have voted to call on the government to recognize Palestine as a state. This is the latest in a series of efforts from European countries to push forward peace efforts between Israel and Palestine.
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