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By in Europe on June 19, 2020
EUROPE • Business
Irish trucking firms are taking the pricier route around the UK to avoid Brexit red tape
April 19, 2021
As the EU adjusts to its new relationship with the U.K. after Brexit, fewer freight trucks are making the trek across the Irish Sea. 
European Super League announced — with 12 football clubs, including six from England
April 19, 2021
The new league has already been criticized by politicians, former players, and other football bodies.
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Two men killed as Tesla without anyone in the driver's seat crashes into tree and catches fire
April 19, 2021
Two men have been killed after a Tesla crashed into a tree and burst into flames, and officials have said no one was in the driver's seat.
How will the European Super League work - and why is it so controversial?
April 18, 2021
Twelve teams have so far confirmed they will be part of a new European Super League competition.
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Green shot at the German chancellery
April 19, 2021
Greens to decide on Monday who will be their chancellor candidate
Italy seeks domestic production of mRNA Covid vaccines
April 19, 2021
Rome’s talks with manufacturers come as EU seems to be moving away from AstraZeneca and J&J
Robotics ETFs hit by strong outflows in March
April 19, 2021
Sharp reversal has hit Europe hardest with assets falling 8.5% to $5.4bn
Vanguard launches price war in UK pensions market
April 19, 2021
World’s second largest asset manager unveils low-cost retirement advice service
Brexit red tape threatens drugs supplies in Northern Ireland
April 19, 2021
Manufacturers consider withdrawing up to 90% of medicines they currently send to region