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14 August 2018 13:20 Masked vandals torch dozens of cars in Sweden in attack arranged on social media

Two suspects have been arrested so far. UP TO 80 cars were set on fire overnight across western Sweden by masked vandals in what they suspect was a coordinated attack weeks before a general election. Most of the cars were burned at around 20 locations in Sweden’s second largest city of Gothenburg late on Monday. Authorities said two suspects aged between 1

13 August 2018 06:49 'We can't rule out further strikes': Ryanair and union reps meeting today in a bid to avoid further travel chaos

Talks will begin later this morning to try to resolve the long-running Ryanair dispute. FURTHER RYANAIR STRIKE action can’t be ruled out as of yet, according to the union representing pilots who are in a dispute with the airline. Ryanair and the Irish Air Line Pilots’ Association, which is part of trade union Fórsa, will meet later today in an attempt 2

10 August 2018 18:55 Was your flight cancelled? Here are your rights

Over 1,000 Ryanair flights were cancelled across Europe today. A FIFTH DAY of strike action affected Ryanair flights across Europe today. Pilots from Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and Belgium are all taking part in the industrial action. All customers affected by the cancellations were notified by email or text message with many offered new flights 2

21 July 2018 08:45 European Parliament proposes new rules for parents to juggle work and home commitments

This will include the right to flexible working hours for parents with children 10 years and under. MEPs HAVE APPROVED new rules for paternity leave, non-transferable parental leave and measures for flexible work in a bid to improve the current work/life balance of parents and carers across EU member states. These rules are hoped to address the underrepresentation 15

12 July 2018 00:10 Ireland's population growth five times EU average

Population growth in Ireland was more than five times the EU average in 2017, new figures have revealed. The total number of residents in the Republic rose by 53,900 last year to almost 4.84m — an annual increase of 1.1% compared to the EU average of 0.2%. It was the fourth highest rate of population growth within the EU during 2017, although Ireland 7

13 June 2018 21:03 Wetherspoon won't be pulling champagne and German beer from Irish pubs after Brexit

DISCOUNT PUB CHAIN JD Wetherspoon won’t be pulling any European drinks from its Irish pubs post-Brexit. The firm, whose chairman Tim Martin is a vocal supporter of Brexit, announced it will switch to UK and non-EU providers in the run up to the UK leaving the EU. It is switching from a range of drinks including champagne and wheat beers, which are produced 3

12 June 2018 05:44 The hot 100: Premier League players in Russia

Imagine a front line of Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero, supported on the wings by Mo Salah and Eden Hazard, prompted by Kevin de Bruyne and anchored by N’Golo Kante. That’s a front six to take on any team in the world. Vincent Kompany (Belgium/Man City), Jan Vertonghen (Belgium/Tottenham) Cesar Azpilicueta (Spain/Chelsea) Mo Salah (Egypt/Liverpool), N’Golo 10

28 March 2018 07:26 Poll: Should a deposit be charged on single use bottles and cans?

Similar schemes are already in place in Germany, Sweden and Denmark. THE UK GOVERNMENT has plans to introduce a deposit return scheme on single use drinks containers in an effort to tackle plastic waste. Under the scheme, consumers would pay an upfront deposit on items such as plastic and glass bottles and aluminium cans, which would be returned to them when they return 6

06 March 2018 22:30 Trump claims EU has made it 'almost impossible' for US firms to trade

Meanwhile, the US is “subsidising” Europe militarily, he said. US PRESIDENT DONALD Trump has lashed out at European Union trade rules, saying the bloc has made life near “impossible” for US firms and threatened to ramp up tariffs on imports into the US. “The European Union has been particularly tough on the United States,” Trump said as he hosted Swedish 12

22 February 2018 22:09 Arsenal fall to humiliating home defeat but progress in Europa League

ARSENAL SURVIVED A huge scare to keep their Europa League campaign alive, progressing to the last 16 with a 4-2 aggregate win over Ostersunds despite a 2-1 loss at home. The Gunners cruised to a 3-0 win in the first leg in Sweden last week but found themselves 2-0 down at half-time of the return fixture at the Emirates Stadium. A strike from Sead Kolasinac 19