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The pound shot up as much as 1.3% in morning trading in London.
Allianz's chief economic adviser, Mohamed El-Erian, pointed to Brexit and a shrinking German economy as key drivers of a downturn.
The Irish Data Protection Commission, a key EU data regulator, wants to know whether EU subjects were affected by the Instagram data scraping.
Iran has been expressing frustration with the other parties who signed the 2015 deal at not helping Iran after the US-imposed sanctions.
Marine Le Pen will announce a new far-right coalition made up of nationalist parties from across Europe.
Political campaigners and candidates running Facebook ads about the upcoming European elections will need to undergo strict checks.
Wikipedia has blacked out some of its European sites, while Reddit and Pornhub are displaying windows asking users to lobby lawmakers.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May wants more time to renegotiate her Brexit deal with the EU and is promising lawmakers a further chance to take control of the process before the clock runs out.
In a major split with Washington, the countries are looking to circumvent intense US sanctions and effectively open trade with Iran.
Britain has spent more than R1.8bn on chartering ferries to mitigate the risk of 'severe congestion' at the port of Dover in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to government documents.
If Britain crashes out of the EU without a deal, 2.5% of Ireland's GDP could be lost, economists at Oxford Economics predict.
The UK government doesn’t expect the European Union to shift its position on Brexit for at least a month, a person familiar with the matter said.
In the event of a "no-deal" Brexit, growth could drop to zero, according to the National Institute for Economic and Social Research.
After nearly three decade in German politics, von der Leyen is set to become the first female European Commission president.
Investor sentiment on the pound is improving after a delay to Brexit, though the return of lawmakers next week may disturb the calm.
Theresa May will face up to her own desperately weak political position on Monday as members of Parliament move to take over Brexit policy and her own ministers plot to oust her.
Google also emphasised that it never expressly blocked users from installing competing browsers.
'Bregret' is a real thing, according to British polling organisation YouGov.
Italy's output contracted 0.2% in the fourth quarter, on the heels of a 0.1% drop in the previous quarter, statistics agency Istat said on Thursday.
The "link tax" would require companies like Google to hold licences for linking to publishers.
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