The UK government will receive more than €3.94 million (£2.95m) of EU funding to help support primary and secondary school breakfast clubs in England for pupils entitled to free school meals. The money is allocated from the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) launched in January 2014 to help break the vicious circle of poverty and deprivation.
The finalists of the EU Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award - were announced today at Europe House in London. The buildings nominated are: the Antinori Winery; the Danish Maritime Museum; the Philharmonic Hall Szczecin; Ravensburg Art Museum, and Saw Swee Hock Student Centre LSE (pictured).
In its article British film producers warn of new EU threat to industry, 10 February 2015, The Independent reports on what it describes as “EU plans to shake up the online distribution of films” and quotes two representatives of the film industry who foretell the imminent death of Europe’s independent film production. The article goes […]