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VW may have used EU funds illegally

The European commission's anti-Corruption division has opened proceedings against Volkswagen. The company could have used EU funding for illegal research

Bulgaria and Romania twenty years later

The Bulgarian government, in particular, needs to show much greater decisiveness in addressing persistent rule of law problems and in earning the trust of citizens

Marine Le Pen caught in voting fraud scandal

Marine Le Pen caught in voting fraud scandal
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EU opens investigation into biofuel benchmark fixing

The European commission said on Monday (7 December) that it had opened a formal antitrust investigation to look into suspicions that three ethanol producers have colluded to manipulate benchmark prices used by the industry.

A heady climate for Brussels' revolving door policy

The Revolving Door between the institutions and the energy industry represents a failure of conflicts of interest rules and a failure to ensure a sufficient distance between the public sector and energy lobbies.
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EU ombudsman questions Barroso's Brexit role at Goldman Sachs

A top EU official has questioned the European commission's ethical standards over the new role of ex-Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso at US investment bank Goldman Sachs.
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UKIP's Nathan Gill says allegations against him 'bogus'

UKIP MEP Nathan Gill said allegations he misused European parliamentary funds are "entirely bogus".
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Police probe fraud claims against UKIP MEP Nathan Gill

Police are investigating allegations of fraud against UKIP Wales MEP Nathan Gill
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Serious Fraud Office opens Airbus corruption investigation

The UK's Serious fraud Office (SFO) has launched an investigation into allegations of "fraud, Bribery and Corruption" in the civil aviation business of Airbus.

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