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June 23, 2018 4:33 PM Revealed: Brussels WON'T recognise hundreds of British job qualifications, including dance teachers, bouncers and gas engineers after no deal Brexit

EU bosses are planning to stop recognising UK qualifications for hundreds of UK jobs in a 'no-deal' Brexit scenario, it has emerged. The European Commission has said a directive which accepts qualifications for professions including dance teachers, doctors and gas engineers will no longer apply to British citizens if there is no withdrawal agreement 8

June 22, 2018 4:11 PM Trump threatens 20 per cent tariffs on cars built in the European Union fuming 'build them here!' in latest trade war threat against an ally

President Donald Trump fired another shot in his trade war with European allies, threatening to impose a 20 per cent tariff on European autos. Trump blasted steep European Union import duties on U.S. cars, a month after his administration began an investigation of whether European duties on cars posed a threat to U.S. national security. Trump leveled 1

June 22, 2018 2:28 PM Donald Trump threatens 20% tariff on all European cars

The US president reacts to new EU tariffs on imports of US jeans, motorbikes, bourbon, cranberries and other products. His threat - which if carried out would represent a serious escalation of the burgeoning trade war - comes hours after new EU tariffs on goods imported from the US came into force. In response to Mr Trump's tariffs on European steel 6

June 22, 2018 12:45 PM UK travellers could be charged £52 for EU visa as bloc steps up no deal Brexit preparation

BRITAIN could end up on a list of countries whose travellers require a visa to visit European Union member states, according to the bloc’s ever-growing list of plans for a no deal Brexit. During a briefing to MEPs, the EU’s most senior civil servant Martin Selmayr told members of the European Parliament’s Brexit Steering Group that the EU’s visa policy 7

June 22, 2018 11:40 AM EUROZONE ON BRINK: Economists warn 'DYSFUNCTIONAL' eurozone 'NOT READY' for next shock

THE eurozone could be plunged into further turmoil and even an "existential crisis" unless it is dramatically reformed, experts have warned. Two economic and political analysts issued the major warning today as the single currency teeters on the brink of another calamity. In a joint article, Miguel Otero-Iglesias and Raymond Torres said the "dysfunctional" 9

June 22, 2018 12:28 AM IBAC report criticises police ethics body

Victoria Police's ethical standards body fails to adequately manage conflicts of interest when investigating alleged officer wrongdoing, a report has found. An Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission audit of 59 Professional Standards Command investigations has found the force often fails to explicitly identify or address conflicts or perceived 3

June 21, 2018 11:44 PM Hanson 'sells out' Qld over WA: Labor

Labor says Pauline Hanson has sold out Queensland by backing a bigger share of GST for Western Australia over her home state. The One Nation leader, who is in Perth on Friday, told the West Australian newspaper she supported her WA colleague Senator Peter Georgiou's call for a "better GST deal" for WA. The federal government is expected to next week release

June 21, 2018 3:19 PM EU CHAOS: Migration summit crisis as Visegrad states BOYCOTT meeting

HUNGARIAN Prime Minister Viktor Orban has announced he and three other Central European states will not attend a crucial EU migration summit this weekend as the row over a bloc-wide immigration policy continues to intensify. Mr Orban said the Visegrad Four (V4) countries, which includes Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, were pulling out of Sunday’s 8

June 20, 2018 10:21 PM EU neglecting rights of British ex-pats, says Sajid Javid

The home secretary says member states are failing to meet their obligations to British nationals. Sajid Javid has called upon EU countries to publish more concrete details on how UK nationals living across the European Union will be able to secure their status after Brexit. His demand comes as the government publishes a statement of intent and draft 3

June 20, 2018 9:49 PM LA police release bodycam video showing officers Tasering and arresting a man, 25, before he died in custody an hour later

Los Angeles police released a video on Wednesday showing officers Tasering a man outside his home before he died in custody, marking the first time the force has voluntarily released body camera footage to the media. Officers arrived at the home of Jose Chavez, 25, just after noon on May 6 to reports he was walking around his south LA neighborhood with a brick 4