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# Brussels

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Fundamental social rights were violated by Troika programmes says EU committee
Coveney facing "exceptionally tough" negotiations on fishing quotas
Extra Banking Union meeting needed after ministers fail to reach agreement
Peter Mathews says 'all the parties can join me' on his debt write down 'mission'
E-cigarette manufacturers could face tough new restrictions
Man convicted in relation to deaths of immigrants on their way to Ireland freed on technicality
European Commission to publish proposal on closing more corporate tax loopholes
MEPs back proposal to end practice of 'travelling circus'
Tánaiste to discuss situation in Syria at EU foreign ministers meeting today
'He’s very highly regarded': MEPs back Taoiseach for EU job - but they don't think he'll take it
"We fully support Ireland's decision" - EU finance ministers
EU Budget for 2014 agreed after marathon overnight talks
Merkel demands no spying agreement: 'Spying among friends, that cannot be'
Lucinda Creighton to come face-to-face with Enda Kenny in Brussels today
Taoiseach to attend EU Council meeting with migration top of the agenda
Notorious Somali pirate 'Big Mouth' nabbed in undercover operation
Here's your 'Mayo v Dublin MEP Gaelic football battle' pic of the day
Aaron McKenna: Finally they admit – we have too many EU directives to scrutinise
Aaron McKenna
Tánaiste and EU ministers to begin Egypt talks
New king takes throne in Belgium after father abdicates
Youth unemployment tops the agenda as EU leaders head to Brussels
EU finance ministers fail to agree on who should pay for bank bailouts
Tánaiste reaches agreement on EU's €960 billion budget
Oxfam urges EU foreign ministers to extend the arms embargo on Syria
Kenny to talk tax with European Council
Taoiseach and Tánaiste off to Brussels for 'top level' talks on €960 billion Budget
Brussels report says Irish economy will grow slightly less than govt forecast
Serbia rejects EU proposal to ease tensions with breakaway Kosovo
Dublin now the 11th most congested city in Europe, down from sixth
New solar storm detection centre for Europe
Column: EU unity is little more than fiction in the wake of Cyprus being hung out to dry
John O'Brennan
Varadkar comments on childcare a 'throwback to the 19th century'
Hungary: Constitutional changes limit powers of top court and president
EU dashes Bulgaria, Romania hopes to join passport-free zone
Brussels calls for mandatory beef DNA tests across the EU
EU agriculture ministers to discuss horsemeat controversy in Brussels today
EU leaders battle over budget at tough summit
Aaron McKenna: Our nearest neighbour may leave the EU. Here’s why.
Aaron McKenna
Politicians and diplomats will fly Ryanair during Ireland's EU presidency
Golden girl Britton gets some Brussels silver for Christmas