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Voting begins to determine future of European Union

by Stephen Beard May 24, 2019
A clash between rival visions for the European Union serves as the backdrop for voters.
A trompe l'oeil shows two workers painting the European Union flag on the side of a building in the French capital Paris on May 23, 2019. - Europe kicked off voting across the continent in a contest in which rising populist forces are hoping to make significant gains, threatening closer EU integration.
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Cheese in the age of Brexit

by Bridget Bodnar Mar 25, 2019
A crumbly cheese, Yorkshire Wensleydale, can teach us something about life in the U.K. after Brexit.
Wensleydale cheese, including a 5.5 pound wheel, at the London cheese shop La Fromagerie. This style of cheese is imported from the town of Bedale in North Yorkshire, England.
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Brexit: What do you want to know?

by Kai Ryssdal and Daisy Palacios Mar 12, 2019
Kai Ryssdal and the team are headed for the U.K. as the country navigates its exit from the European Union.
An anti-Brexit demonstrator waves a Union flag alongside a European Union flag outside the Houses of Parliament in London on March 28, 2018.
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European Central Bank changes course on stimulus

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Mar 7, 2019
What is the bank reacting to?
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Brexit looms — either with a deal or without

by Stephen Beard Jan 11, 2019
British lawmakers weigh the costs of leaving the EU without securing a deal.
Prime Minister Theresa May leaves Downing Street on March 23, 2017 in London, England.
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Ford plans to close plants and slash its workforce in Europe

by Justin Ho Jan 10, 2019
The Ford Motor Co. announced Thursday morning that it’s going to “transform” its operations in Europe. That means the automaker will close plants, stop producing some models and lay off what a Ford executive called a “significant number” of its…

What to look out for in Europe in 2019

by Stephen Beard Jan 4, 2019
With Brexit looming and amid economic uncertainty, Europe faces some strong headwinds.
The Berlaymont building, the headquarters for the European Commission, in Brussels.
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London's financial industry watches but says little on Brexit

by Stephen Beard Dec 10, 2018
The U.K.'s most profitable industry is cautious about airing its views on Brexit.
A Union Jack flag flutters in front of the Elizabeth Tower, commonly known as Big Ben, in London.
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Brexit in turmoil as May postpones Parliament vote on it

by Associated Press Dec 10, 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would seek “assurances” from the EU and bring the Brexit deal back to Parliament, but did not set a new date for the vote.
A man waves both a Union flag and a European flag together on College Green outside The Houses of Parliament at an anti-Brexit protest in central London on June 28, 2016. 
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A melting Arctic could be key to faster global internet

by Molly Wood Sep 26, 2018
With the rise of big data, the internet of things and automated factories, existing internet infrastructure's getting clogged.
Jussi Pekka Joensuu, an adviser for Cinia, holds up a piece of internet sea cable at Cinia's offices in Helsinki. Most global internet communications travel on the 745,000 miles of sea cables buried beneath the ocean floor.
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