Finland, Sweden, and Norway have ordered a recall of a number of batches of Fireball , a popular cinnamon-flavored beverage that is allegedly whiskey, but not for the reason you might hope if you have discerning taste in booze.Read more…
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A referendum in favour of leaving the European Union should have the clear support of each UK nation, the SNP’s Nicola Sturgeon insists.
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A London skatepark is awarded Grade II listing, becoming the first of its kind to be listed in Europe.
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German business confidence has fallen to its lowest level in almost two years, a survey suggests, raising concerns about the strength of Europe’s largest economy.
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Shares in Europe’s banks react strongly to the official stress tests of their finances, which saw 24 fail and 14 still needing to raise more capital.
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The project may sound fanciful, but Ukraine’s politicians, and the European Union, seem quite serious about walling off the Russians.
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UK politicians react angrily to demands for an extra £1.7bn (2.1bn euros) contribution towards the European Union’s budget due to the country’s better economic performance.
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The surprising reasons why UK owes more to Europe
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When the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo blew through northwestern Europe earlier this week, the storm’s strong winds helped the country to consume a full one percent more wind power than nuclear power on Tuesday.Read more…
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European stock markets stage a recovery after a week of precipitous falls and volatility.
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The governor of Texas didn’t cancel his trip to Europe that began when the first case was confirmed in Dallas. For someone wanting to run for president next year, the decision is curious.
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The BBC Price of Football study covered 207 clubs across the UK and Europe but what have we learned from the findings?
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Share prices across Europe tumbled on Thursday amid fears of a global economic slowdown and the impact of the Ebola crisis.
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A new £16bn nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset is to go ahead after it received final approval from European Union regulators.
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Online retailer Amazon is to face a formal investigation into its European corporate tax practices, the European Commission announces.
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If Cameron ignores rulings from the European Court of Human Rights, he would find himself in the same company as leaders of Russia and Belarus.
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The Scottish secretary and justice secretary criticise a Conservative plan to curb the power of the European Court of Human Rights.
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Players and fans are still struggling to convince themselves they belong in Europe’s elite, says chief football writer Phil McNulty.
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The European Commission publishes a letter sent to Apple accusing it of benefiting from illegal state aid through its tax arrangements in Ireland.
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Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson will lead off Europe’s Ryder Cup challenge once again in Saturday’s fourballs at Gleneagles.
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