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15/09 – Today’s headlines from across the EU
European Headlines
 FT

FTJihadists generate $500 million from oil as US-led airstrikes miss target. Militants adapt to year of bombing. Cash “pinch point” delayed, admit allies.

 WSJE

Emerging market woes spread. Wealthy nations start to see more risk than reward amid weakness in developing countries. INYT
Clinton quiets calls for Biden. Her forceful performance in first debate reassures party and supporters.
France
Le Monde

Air France, symbol of broken social dialogue. The arrest of five Air France employees, charged with “aggregated violence,” is causing controversy. While Valls has called “for more firmness,” François Hollande deplored “the brutality of a number of decisions including those made by directors.”

 Les Echos

Air France and the State’s ambiguities. The government puts some pressure on the group’s management so that a deal avoiding redundancies can be made. Directors and unions have set a target of three months to reach an agreement. Members of the board of directors will hold a meeting this Thursday.
 Germany
Frankfurter Allgemeine

Growing discontent within CDU-CSU regarding Merkel’s policy on refugees.

No early agreement in sight for transit zones at German borders.

 Suedeutsche Zeitung

Hazardous mission for German army in Mali.The Federal Defence Ministry is considering sending troops to the unstable north of Mali in 2016 so as to support the Dutch army.
  Italy
La Repubblica

Launching of part-time work for employees over 63. Divisions within the NCD. Part-time work for employees over 63, corporate tax cuts, increase in the non-payment threshold on pensioners’ taxes… These are the latest measures unveiled for the Stability law. But the government remains weakened with new divisions within Angelino Alfano’s NCD.

Il Sole 24 Ore

Package of measures, incentives to work part time for seniors aged over 63.

Part-time work for private sector employees over 63, two-stage fiscal action for companies, with a “super-amortisation” and corporate tax cuts, discounts on productivity wage. These are the few solutions included in the Stability law that will be presented today at the Council of Ministers.

Poland
Gazeta Wyborcza

To kill the writer. Internet users in Poland started a large-scale hate campaign against Olga Tokarczuk, laureate of “Nike” Literary Prize of two times. The Ministry of Justice and the Ombudsman announce holding a round table for fighting against the hate wave.

  Spain
European Headlines
Jihadists generate $500 million from oil as US-led airstrikes miss target. Militants adapt to year of bombing. Cash “pinch point” delayed, admit allies. 
Emerging market woes spread. Wealthy nations start to see more risk than reward amid weakness in developing countries. 
Clinton quiets calls for Biden. Her forceful performance in first debate reassures party and supporters.
France
Air France, symbol of broken social dialogue. The arrest of five Air France employees, charged with “aggregated violence,” is causing controversy. While Valls has called “for more firmness,” François Hollande deplored “the brutality of a number of decisions including those made by directors.” 

 

 

Air France and the State’s ambiguities. The government puts some pressure on the group’s management so that a deal avoiding redundancies can be made. Directors and unions have set a target of three months to reach an agreement. Members of the board of directors will hold a meeting this Thursday.
 Germany
Growing discontent within CDU-CSU regarding Merkel’s policy on refugees.No early agreement in sight for transit zones at German borders.

 

Hazardous mission for German army in Mali.The Federal Defence Ministry is considering sending troops to the unstable north of Mali in 2016 so as to support the Dutch army.
  Italy
Launching of part-time work for employees over 63. Divisions within the NCD. Part-time work for employees over 63, corporate tax cuts, increase in the non-payment threshold on pensioners’ taxes… These are the latest measures unveiled for the Stability law. But the government remains weakened with new divisions within Angelino Alfano’s NCD. 
Package of measures, incentives to work part time for seniors aged over 63.Part-time work for private sector employees over 63, two-stage fiscal action for companies, with a “super-amortisation” and corporate tax cuts, discounts on productivity wage. These are the few solutions included in the Stability law that will be presented today at the Council of Ministers.
Poland
To kill the writer. Internet users in Poland started a large-scale hate campaign against Olga Tokarczuk, laureate of “Nike” Literary Prize of two times. The Ministry of Justice and the Ombudsman announce holding a round table for fighting against the hate wave.
  Spain
El Pais

Diaz uses her pact with Ciudadanos as an example for Spain’s future. Rivera agrees to launch a new way to do politics with Andalusia’s president.

Expansion

Telepizza is looking towards stock exchange. The company will hire a financial advisor to re-enter the stock market.

  UK
The Times

First new grammar in 50 years approved. Kent school decision boosts selective education.

The Guardian

Watchdog in warning over hospital cuts. Two-third rated “substandard” as NHS faces pressure to slash costs.

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  UK
First new grammar in 50 years approved.Kent school decision boosts selective education.

 

Watchdog in warning over hospital cuts. Two-third rated “substandard” as NHS faces pressure to slash costs.

 

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