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João Vale de Almeida’s main task will be ensuring Britain sticks to withdrawal agreement.
Boris Johnson’s government is waging a war of words not against the EU but the British people.
Downing Street issues series of dos and don’ts on language department staff must use.
EP Today using articles from Kremlin-funded outlet RT, says EU disinformation taskforce.
Leaving the EU without a deal threatens health and the NHS in many ways, but the scale of the threat remains unclear. / We propose a framework that could be the basis for the comprehensive health impact assessment to inform politicians and the public. / The government’s claims that it is prepared for no deal are implausible and, at best, might mitigate some of the worst consequences.
The poll showed that 44%, not a majority, agreed with the statement. There are also other problems with the poll.
This Johnson surrogate keeps referring to a recent EU Commission paper which he says resolved the Irish border issues. Surprise! This claim is false.
In August 2018, Spanish authorities uncovered a plot by anti-Brexit campaigners to assassinate leading Brexiteer and now favourite to be Britain’s next prime minister, Boris Johnson. Or did they?
Today the Commission and the High Representative report on the progress achieved in the fight against disinformation and the main lessons drawn from the European elections, as a contribution to the discussions by EU leaders next week.
Letters purporting to be from a Brexit-supporting Russian woman living in the UK have prompted claims of a targeted “disinformation” campaign after an allegedly “fake persona” was used to send anti-EU messages to regional newspapers.
Ex-minister’s claim about EU boast over Brexit resurfaces in pro-unionist campaign video. / The European commission has described a claim made by the Conservative leadership hopeful Dominic Raab about a key EU official’s views on Brexit as “fake, fraudulent and pure disinformation” after it was spread in an election campaign video.
How will wealthy Brexiteers profit from Brexit? The surprising truth about the world's most secretive tax network for the wealthy. Plus, we hand the Brexit Party a rather unfortunate award.
Less than two weeks before pivotal elections for the European Parliament, a constellation of websites and social media accounts linked to Russia or far-right groups is spreading disinformation, encouraging discord and amplifying distrust in the centrist parties that have governed for decades.
As has been the case for many recent national elections, the European Parliament elections are also facing the challenges of online disinformation. The European Commission is making an extra effort to push giant tech companies to implement a voluntary code of conduct against disinformation. European researchers are preparing the first studies on the topic.
European Science-Media Hub (ESMH) is a project of the European Parliament’s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA). It was launched in 2017 and works under the guidance and the political responsibility of the STOA Panel.
Buried in the detail of a new poll which right-wing newspapers seized on as support for a no-deal Brexit reveals that the public have swung in support of Remain and believe that anti-Brexit measures are the best options for democracy.
Brexiteer Esther McVey has come under fire after sharing a debunked article suggesting all EU member states will be forced to adopt the Euro by 2020.
National Crime Agency investigating 'theft of data' from Institute for Statecraft.
Comparing the fight against disinformation to the war on drugs, Palacio warned on March 5 that actions to stop foreign actors from spreading disinformation must be paired with concrete steps to make democratic societies less vulnerable to disinformation operations.
European council president echoes Emmanuel Macron’s warning of malign influences.