International Airlines Group (IAG) has reported a 2020 operating loss of €7,426 million compared to an operating profit of €2,613
Ireland’s hospitality sector is at risk of financial ruin, according to Adrian Cummins, CEO of the Restaurants Association of Ireland.
Bashers, haters, and doomsayers for the EU seem to be among the most constant, resilient, and determined actors in the
Vaccine certification will be one of the key topics for European Union leaders as they come together to discuss the
The World Health Organisation has warned of a ‘catastrophic moral failure’ if fair and equitable access to Covid-19 vaccines is
After more than a year with Covid-19, much hope rests on the final assessments of the Pfizer and BioNTech vaccines
As much of Europe undertakes renewed lockdowns in an effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus, the pressure is
The United Kingdom (UK) has put England on another lockdown as it saw coronavirus cases breach past the one-million mark.
The new grim record comes a day after the central government imposed new restrictions in a dozen large cities across
Recent numbers from the UK underscore just how much first-time British homebuyers rely on financial help from parents and families,
The new spike of coronavirus cases in France comes just as schools around the country are about to reopen for