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02/11- Today’s headlines from across the EU


BBC Europe Calais ‘Jungle’: Last remaining children evacuated from camp. French authorities have begun moving 1,500 migrant children from the Calais “Jungle” camp, a week after demolition began. Two buses carrying the first minors left the area at 08:30 local time (07:30 GMT). The unaccompanied children will be taken to reception centres around the country.

FT Europe – ECB stimulus no longer ‘appropriate’ warn German wise men.

WSJEGlobal Stocks Fall on U.S. Election Jitters. Jitters around the U.S. presidential election sent stocks and the dollar lower Wednesday while haven assets climbed, just hours ahead of an interest rate decision from the Federal Reserve.

INYTFirst the Trauma, Now the Grief and the Angst, for Britons in Brussels. For many of the Britons who spent years, even decades, working to integrate their nation within Europe,  June’s referendum vote to quit the bloc was traumatic. Like battlefield survivors, marooned on what feels increasingly like enemy territory, they are coming to terms with a new reality: As British influence recedes here, so, too, do their careers.


Le MondePolice and citizens: Why does a divorce exist? A report by the think tank calls for a re-establishment of confidence between the police and the population.

Les EchosAfter Hilary, Bill looked at by the FBI. Publicity about an old cold case concerning her husband immediately raised serious questions.


Frankfurter Allgemeine In the propaganda round. If Donald Trump wanted to set up a TV channel in the event of electoral defeat. The live broadcast, sent to his employees nightly via Facebook, seems unpromising.

Suedeutsche Zeitung Naked on the net. All keywords, all websites, the browser history of a whole month is for sale. Our author experienced what it’s like when your own data is a commodity for sale.


La Repubblica Referendum to be postponed? Interior Minister said that the government will not propose the postponement, it would evaluate only if proposed by the opposition.


Gazeta Wyborcza – A radical change in taxes on cars: new rules for calculating the excise duty, the new rates. What about prices?


El PaisSpain’s food industry under threat from Brexit. The Spanish food and drink industry could be facing lower revenues, fewer exports and smaller profits as a result of the Brexit vote according to a think tank.


The TimesTrump in the lead as race enters final week. The Republican candidate edged ahead of Hillary Clinton in the ABC/Washington Post poll after the FBI revived an investigation into the secret email system she used as secretary of state. Mr Trump’s boost came despite questions raised yesterday over his tax affairs and alleged links to Russia.

The GuardianIrish PM: no return to hard border with north after Brexit. Speaking at an all-island conference on Brexit’s impact, Kenny said May had assured him there would be no “hard border” between the Republic and the Northern Ireland.

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