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Eurozone ministers discuss fiscal boost options as virus worries weigh
Eurozone finance ministers discussed ways to pursue a more growth-friendly fiscal policy mix, in a potential nudge to Germany and the Netherlands to spend more as fears of a downturn grow in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic.
UK ministers doing little towards 2050 emissions target, say top scientists
Expanding Heathrow airport is unlikely to be compatible with the UK’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, leading scientists have said, adding that government policies are lacking in many other key areas from home insulation and transport to carbon capturing.
EU to discuss recognition of state of Palestine in January meeting
European Union foreign ministers are expected to exchange views next month on whether the 28-nation bloc should recognize Palestine as a sovereign state as the US pushes ahead with pro-occupation policies undermining the prospect of the so-called two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Waste export ban revealed by Australian environment ministers
A ban on the export of waste glass, plastic, paper and tires will be phased in from mid next year after environment ministers agreed to a timetable for changes in the way Australia deals with recyclable material.
Chile’s Pinera asks all ministers to resign in cabinet reshuffle after angry protests
Chilean President Sebastian Pinera has asked all his cabinet ministers to step down so that he can form a new government as part of a reform plan aimed at quelling mass protests that have rocked the South American nation.
UK ministers may advise on how much sleep people need
UK ministers are reportedly planning to issue guidance on how much sleep people should be getting every night.
France, Germany to increase efforts to reduce tensions: ministers
France and Germany will increase their efforts to reduce tensions over Iran, but time was running out and the risk of war could not be ruled out, their foreign ministers said on Wednesday.
UK ministers reject plans for 1p per garment levy to tackle fast fashion
UK ministers have rejected recommendations from MPs to clean up the huge environmental impact of fast fashion, which sees 300,000 tons of clothing burned or buried in the country every year.
Austria president backs chancellor, far-right ministers ousted
The far-right Freedom Party (FPO) quit Austria's coalition government on Tuesday after the president sided with conservative Chancellor Sebastian Kurz and sacked the hard-line FPO interior minister.
Far-right ministers ready to quit Austria government after scandal
Austrian far-right ministers were ready to quit their posts, the party chief says, after the country's coalition government collapsed over a corruption scandal days before European elections.
40 UK ministers could resign over no-deal Brexit: Report
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has been warned that no less than 40 of her ministers could resign if she denies them the right to vote for a plan that would block a no-deal exit from the European Union (EU) later this year, a new report suggests.
British ministers consider ending jail terms of six months or less
The British Ministry of Justice (MoJ) is considering banning prison sentences of less than six months in England and Wales.
Rouhani urges ministers to hire more female, ethnic managers
President Hassan Rouhani asked his ministers to give more “management positions” to youth, women, and people from ethnic groups.
‘Many’ ministers may resign over UK PM Brexit plan
A resigned minister from British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has said that “many” more ministers may decide to quit the cabinet to show they are dissatisfied with the way May it negotiating Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
EU ministers say ending clock changes in 2019 'not realistic'
EU transport ministers say most of them think the European Commission's proposal to abolish daylight savings time next year was not realistic.

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