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Doubling EU judges is ‘useless spending’, warns EU justice

Doubling the number of judges in the EU’s General Court was “useless spending”, a scathing report which blamed both member states and the dishonesty of the European Court of Justice for the decision.
Endocrine disruptors
Health 17-12-2015

Sweden wins case against Commission on endocrine disruptors

The General Court of the European Union on Wednesday (16 December) backed Sweden, saying that the European Commission breached EU law by failing to publish a definition for hormone-affecting chemicals or 'endocrine disrupters'.

EU court backs environmentalists in pesticide case

A European Union court has annulled a Commission decision rejecting two environmental groups’ request for an internal review of a pesticide regulation.