Brussels point

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EU members have split into factions over the worst refugee crisis since World War Two, as Germany and Brussels point fingers at Italy and Greece for failing to regulate the flow of people across borders.
She wore her mothers chapel-length mantilla edged and appliqued in Brussels point lace.
The idea is not surprisingly given very short shrift by airlines whose representatives in Brussels point out that they are only just recovering from the consequences of September 11, 2001 and are obliged top lay off staff to ensure they remain competitive.
But as the announcement divided domestic opinion along increasingly entrenched cultural battle lines, sources in Brussels pointed out that holders of any colour of British passport could see diminished travel rights after Brexit unless there were further negotiating concessions.
"The leadership of the judiciary has yet to show a real commitment to thorough judicial reform as slow progress is not just the result of shortcomings in judicial practice and in the Penal Code," Brussels points out.
Brussels pointed out that its enquiry failed to identify any "major problems".
But the NFU office in Brussels pointed out that there was no praise for the 95.5% of sites that were in keeping with the rules.
Brussels points out in its draft decision tabled in the context of the directive on the deliberate release of GMOs into the environment that the EFSA concluded in March 2006 that the product does not represent a risk to human health or the environment.
Brussels points out in its draft decision tabled in the context of the directive on the deliberate release of GMOs into the environment, that the EFSA concluded in March 2006 that the product does not represent a risk to human health or the environment.
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