British Prime Minister Theresa May risks the “total collapse” of her government if she fails to get her battered Brexit deal through parliament, the Sunday Times newspaper said, amid growing speculation that she might call an early election. Underscoring the tough choices facing May to break the Brexit impasse, the newspaper said at least six […]

For the convenience of the prospective participants we have brought forward our Horizon 2020 training course in English taking place in Munich, Germany. The 3-Days H2020 Financial Management Training will now take place on the 16-17-18 of July 2019. If you don’t want to miss the opportunity to learn everything about the financial management of […]

After defeating the government on Monday night, lawmakers are holding a series of “indicative” votes, in an attempt to find a Brexit plan that commands majority support in Parliament. Theresa May’s deal — otherwise known as the Withdrawal Agreement — was agreed with the EU last November. Its aim, broadly, was to allow the UK […]

A timeline of what to expect as the EU works out the details of its €94.1 billion research and innovation programme. On 20 March EU lawmakers reached major agreement on Horizon Europe, the EU’s next research programme. But with key details, including the budget, foreign participation, and the new missions, yet to be decided, Horizon […]

EU budget for 2021-2027: Commission welcomes provisional agreement on Horizon Europe, the future EU research and innovation programme. The EU institutions have reached a partial political agreement, subject to formal approval by the European Parliament and Council, on Horizon Europe. Investing in research and innovation is investing in Europe’s future, in knowledge and new solutions […]

This was supposed to be the week when, for better or worse, Britain’s Brexit future finally started to take shape. This Friday, March 29, was the deadline etched into law as well as the minds of many Brits — the date they were finally set to leave the European Union. But with British politics deep […]

As the terms of the UK’s departure from the EU and the framework of their future relationship are contested and finalised, the Guild urges that a strong relationship between the two must be secured to sustain Europe’s outstanding strength in research, innovation and education. The UK has been integral to the European Research Area, whilst […]

Pilot version of the European Innovation Council will receive a €300 million boost to its budget, to help it start investing in small businesses. The European Commission  scaled up its campaign to create a new way to fund innovation in Europe, promising a €300 million budget boost to help a planned funding agency start buying […]

Despite some progress, EU legislators were again unable to strike a hoped-for deal on the EU’s next big research programme. More talks are scheduled for 19 March. The European Parliament and the EU Council may be running out of time to settle their differences over the Horizon Europe research programme before the May elections, after […]