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The Swedish organic food market is losing shares, the Ekoweb market report shows. Although the turnover measured in the Swedish krona increased in 2019, this is due to the higher food prices, while the share of organic products is decreasing.

Olle Ryegård, analyst at Ekoweb: “Sales of organic food via the retail trade decreased in 2019. All major shareholders lose organic shares. Systembolaget (responsible for alcohol sales), Foodservice wholesalers and web stores see an increase in both sales and organic stocks. Nevertheless, the total Swedish organic food market is losing organic shares. “

Now that Ekoweb is presenting its market report on the organic food market in Sweden for the twelfth year in a row, it is clear that the increase in turnover of recent years has now stopped. This trend was already expected in 2016, Ekoweb writes in a press release, but is now visible throughout the retail trade.

Organic food sales have been estimated to have increased by one percent in the past year, equivalent to 400 million Swedish krona (€ 37.5 million) and 2 percent of the projected forecast for 2019. But food prices also rose over the same period by 3.5 percent, as a result of which the share declined organically from 9.3 to 9.0 percent.

Different focus
The declining biological share in the market can be explained by a changing focus in the retail trade. According to Ekoweb, the focus is shifting from organic to other trends and thus following the social debate. Trends such as health, sustainability, environment, climate and CO2 are still current. Vegetarian is emphasized in the report as an increasing trend in which many stores invested during the year.

Olle Ryegård: “It is clear that the sale of organic food has declined. They are no longer as hot and trendy as vegetarian products. A great added value, and a requirement, is the extremely high welfare of the animal, an added value that is of course completely unimportant for customers who purchase vegetarian food. But trends that increase convenience, such as the ready-made meals that are now extremely popular, also have a negative impact on organic products, because there are hardly any organic alternatives in that area. I am convinced that the organic market can still grow, but then the retail trade must want to change, especially how it is offered. Otherwise we have to accept a stagnated market. “

Fewer animal products
The segment within the organic products that decreases the most according to the report are Swedish animal products. Sales of Swedish organic dairy products decreased by around 5 percent during the year. But also organic minced meat, lamb, chicken meat and organic eggs are declining. According to Ekoweb, this may be because the general view is that organic is expensive and / or because the stores offer it less.

Increased online trade
Systembolaget increased its share in the organic market to 13.25 percent in 2019, making it the second largest shareholder. The public sector remains the largest with a share of around 38 percent. However, there is a trend that municipalities are saving on organic food, despite the national target that 60 percent of consumption should be organic by 2030. Furthermore, online sales continued to grow and even increased by around 20 percent last year. Organic sales for hotels and restaurants increased by around 8 percent.

Prognosis
Finally, the forecast for this year was presented. Ekoweb expects that the sales of organic foods with around 500 million Swedish krona (€ 47 million) will continue to increase in 2020. This corresponds to a value increase of 1 to 2 percent. It is also expected that sales will grow by almost 10 billion Swedish krona (€ 937 million) by 2029, which means a biological share of just under 13 percent.

Some figures from the Ekoweb market report

  • In the retail trade, supermarket chain ICA had the largest market share of organic food in 2019, followed by Systembolaget and Coop.
  • The value of organic sales rose to 28.2 billion Swedish krona (€ 2.6 billion) in 2019.
  • Denmark leads the way in terms of organic growth and exported 4 billion Swedish krona (€ 375 million) of organic products. Swedish exports amounted to 1.2 billion Swedish krona (€ 112 million).
  • There are 5700 organic farms in Sweden. In 2018, 20 percent of the total agricultural area was used for organic cultivation.

Source: ja.se

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New contact point for animal lovers in Dortmund – Insurance for Pets


Food, toys, accessories and even beds: the new and second Dortmund branch of the “Das Futterhaus” group of companies offers over 12,000 articles for pets. The opening is on February 20 (Thursday) in the Indupark, Wulfshofstraße 1.

In addition to fahrrad.de and the Danish bed warehouse, “Das Futterhaus” is the third specialty shop in the former electronics store Berlet. Another branch is located in the garden city.

Daniel Goldmann (28) will lead the approximately 600 square meter market as an independent entrepreneur and employ a team of four there.

Futterhaus offers “Unpacked Concept”

The company is proud of its “unpacked concept” of the feed bar: “Snacks for dogs as well as food and supplies for birds and small animals can be portioned at will and by hand,” said press spokeswoman Ricarda Gürne.

On the first three opening days, there are 20 percent coupons for customers, Daniel Goldmann reveals. With the “feed card” customer card, you can also save two percent on every purchase.

The company is not afraid of the close competition from the “Megazoo” branch on Borussiastraße: “The bird feeder is located in an attractive market environment and is conveniently located. The offer complements our second store in Dortmund very well, ”says Ricarda Gürne.

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Broken, he tackles everything and goes on an adventure with his ferret – Insurance for Pets


In the space of a year, Charlie Hammerton lost his biological mother, his adoptive mother and his 22-year-old best friend. Tired of fighting his suicidal ideas, the Briton made a drastic decision: he left everything to go around the world. The young man now aged 25 did not embark on this adventure alone. He was indeed accompanied by Bandit, a ferret collected in a refuge in 2015.

After selling all of his goods, Charlie took off with his little companion in February 2018. And if we believe the testimony of the globetrotter, the presence at his side of the small animal saved his life. “First, he was just a pet. But when my mental health started to decline, the fact of having to take care of him prevented me from putting an end to my days several times ”, confides the Briton to Insider. Over the course of their adventures, the two friends have forged a very strong relationship.

“He was a real comrade”

Charlie and Bandit have notably visited France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the Middle East and the Arctic Circle. And the young man told their adventures on Facebook. “Bandit has been loved around the world! We often took him for a rat, which hurt him, but he quickly recovered, ”jokes Charlie. The Briton insists that Bandit never served him as a foil: “There was no way to inflate my ego. He was a real comrade, ”he says. Back from his journey, Charlie wrote a book called “Before Our Adventures”.

“I needed the world to see (…) the courage it takes to turn your back on what you know, what you have done, the person you believed be your whole life and become someone you want to be, ”says the Briton. Unfortunately, Bandit died a week after returning to the country. Today, Charlie is roaming UK schools to tell his story and talk about mental health issues. With his company Adventure Bandits, he also organizes camps to help young people in difficulty. As for the little ferret, it remains firmly anchored in Charlie’s heart: “He was my best friend. We were a team and it deserved to see the world as I wanted to see it. ”

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VIDEO. In Germany, giant holograms for a circus show without any animal exploitation – Insurance for Pets



The German circus Roncalli has managed to create an animal show without real animals thanks to holograms: horses, elephants, fish … The public appreciates this abandonment of the exploitation of animals while retaining their magic: “I thought it was good. We don’t need animals. It’s not great for them to be in a circus”, says a child full of wonder.

A spectator is also delighted with her evening: “I really liked it. What a great idea. The 3D show was great. We don’t need anything else. It is no longer worth hurting real animals.” How many animals have there been in fact demeaned, chained, degraded … in the very long history of circus shows staging beasts?

500,000 euros invested to no longer make animals suffer

Bernhard Paul founded this innovative circus in 1976. He claims today to have always refused this mistreatment, even if he presented numbers with wild animals for many years: “Forty-three years ago, nobody would have gone to the circus without numbers with animals. People asked if they could see them. If we said no, they didn’t come in. It was another time.”

An animal protection association complained one day about a number with a goldfish in a bowl: “There, I thought it was over.” Years later, the fish remained, but in the form of a hologram. Technology has brought the solution for 500,000 euros. “The technical challenge mainly arose because the scene is round”, specifies the head of the digital department. Or two years of work to admire animals without making one suffer.

Extract from the magazine “Nous, les Européens” (replay) broadcast on Sunday February 2, 2020 at 10.45 am on France 3.

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Horror practices in ‘organic’ slaughterhouse: ‘better living’ pigs heavily mistreated – Insurance for Pets


Animal welfare organization Ongehoord has released shocking images, showing that pigs are being seriously abused in one of the largest Dutch slaughterhouses. Upon arrival, animals are brutally beaten out of trucks, sick animals are hunted and crippled animals are pulled by their tails.

The forbidden practices were brought to light by a group of volunteers who made undercover images in the pig slaughterhouse. The research editorial staff of RTL Nieuws has the images in their hands and has gone through more than 100 hours of footage.

The undercover images were made in the Westfort company in IJsselstein, where organic pigs and pigs with a Beter Leven Keurmerk are slaughtered. Around ten thousand pigs are slaughtered there every day.
Slachthuis Westfort wants to be the most modern meat company in the world and, in its own words, is committed to animal welfare. “We believe that people should get a fair picture of how animals are kept, transported and slaughtered,” one of the volunteers of Ongehoord told RTL.

According to RTL News, it touches once or more every day. During the beating, a kind of paddle is used, which is intended as a rattle to get the animals moving. Pigs in the corner are also beaten hard by stable staff and drivers.

The instructions of the NVWA supervisor state that when unloading the animals, stress must be limited as much as possible. Also that animals must be given the time and space to walk in the right direction themselves, and they must not be dragged out of the trucks. It is therefore remarkable that the NVWA really does nothing against malpractice and is even accessory. The images show that NVWA veterinarians also participate in the abuse. Westfort told RTL News that in the second half of 2019 the company did not receive any official warning or fine from the pig abuse supervisor.

Westfort says to be shocked by the images and takes immediate action. ”Let no misunderstanding exist: we do everything that is necessary to prevent a recurrence. This is in line with the reputation of our company that is seen as a leader in animal welfare, “the slaughterhouse said in a response to RTL News.

The company says that existing permanent camera surveillance has now been intensified. A team with, among others, two of their own veterinarians is now structurally monitoring the images. An investigation has been initiated and the rules in the stable have been tightened. In addition, the slaughterhouse announces that the rattle is no longer used.

Minister of Agriculture Schouten is also very shocked by the images and will intervene at the Dutch slaughterhouses. The high production speed would prevent the NVWA from properly monitoring the welfare of the animals. That the emphasis is now too much on saving costs is at the expense of animal welfare. The minister will also ask the NVWA for clarification about why the regulator does not intervene and even participates in animal abuse.

The minister wants to further introduce camera surveillance in slaughterhouses, but wants to dampen expectations. Because despite the fact that Westfort was fully equipped with CCTV, these horror practices were able to take place.

Animal rights organization Varkens in Nood also announced earlier this month that pigs are being cooked alive. This emerged from reports that Varkens in Nood received from the NVWA. The documents, which cover the period from January 2018 to July 2019, show that in some cases it was poorly checked whether the animals were unconscious, with the result that pigs drowned screaming and violently in glowing hot water. NVWA inspectors witnessed this six times in a year and a half.

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Top companies, trends & growth factors and detailed analysis for business development – Cryptodaily.nl – Insurance for Pets


Pet Care market report provides a basic overview of the Pet Care industry, including definitions, classifications, applications and the chain structure of the industry. The market also offers development policy, plans, production processes and cost structures. Pet Care market report 2019-2024 provides information on market size (volume and value) and segment markets by region, type, important factors, trends, challenges, applications, annual growth rate, forecasts and companies.

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January 2020, Global & German Products For pet packaging market trends, threats, stocks and opportunities and growth forecast until 2027 – Insurance for Pets


Market Reports Company published its latest results in a new study on the Products For Pet Packaging Market. < >. The study offers detailed analyzes on various factors such as the growth potential of the industry, market drivers, restrictions and challenges. The study also focuses on different market dynamics that are likely to affect the market. The value chain analysis in the report helps to understand the overall market from both the supply side and the demand side.

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Market segment by Regions / Countries, this report covers
North America
europe
China
Japan
india
Southeast Asia
Other regions (Central & South America, Middle East & Africa)

Market segment by Regions / Countries, this report covers
North America
United States
canada
mexico
Asia-Pacific
China
india
Japan
South Korea
australia
indonesia
singapore
Rest of Asia Pacific
europe
germany
france
UK
italy
Spain
russia
Rest of Europe
Central & South America
brazil
Argentina
Rest of South America
Middle East & Africa
Saudi Arabia
turkey
Rest of Middle East & Africa

Segment by type
Flexible packaging
Rigid metal
Rigid plastic
Paperboard
Other packaging

Segment by application
Pet food
Pet Medical
Pet grooming

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Table des matières: Repeat mondial sur le marché des ventes Products for pets Packaging 2019: Taille du marché, statut et prévisions jusqu’en 2026
• Chapitre 1st presentation general des ventes mondiales products for pets packaging
• Chapitre 2 analysis global de la concurrence des ventes products for pets packaging par les joueurs
• Chapitre 3 Profiles d’entreprise (meilleurs joueurs)
• Chapitre 4 Waist du marché des ventes products for pets packaging in the monde, par type and par application (2014-2018)
• Chapter 5 Statute and Perspectives of Development…
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• Chapitre 11 Prévisions de marché par régions, types et applications (2018-2026)
• Chapitre 12 Dynamique du marché des ventes Products For pets packaging dans le monde
• Chapitre 12. 1Nouvelles mondiales du secteur des ventes Products for pets packaging
• 12.2 Défis mondiaux du développement de l’industrie de vente Products For pets packaging
• 12.3 Opportunités mondiales de développement du secteur de la vente Products for pets packaging (2018-2026) • Chapitre 13 Analysis of the facteurs d’effet de marché
• Chapitre 14 – Prévisions du marché de vente mondial products for pets packaging (2018-2026)
• Chapitre 15 Résultats de recherche / Conclusion
• Chapitre 16 Annexe …………………… Pour consulter la table des matières complète, cliquez ici:

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• It offers an eight-year forecast that is assessed based on the forecast market growth
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The Coronavirus, a blessing for wild animals? – Insurance for Pets


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Dried snakes are used to treat arthritis in traditional Chinese medicine

Scientists suspect that a seafood market in the Chinese city of Wuhan is the likely cause of the coronavirus epidemic, which has claimed 170 lives so far. The market was known for the illegal trade in wild animals such as snakes, raccoons and porcupines, kept in cages to be sold either as food or medicine, until the entire province was brought into use. quarantine.

China is the world’s largest consumer of wildlife products, whether legal or illegal.

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According to officials from the World Health Organization, the main source is most likely from bats. But they believe the virus has migrated to another animal, which has yet to be identified, before infecting humans.

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Wildlife trade in China accused of pushing several bird species to the brink of extinction

China has traditionally had a huge appetite for wildlife products. Some animals are consumed for their taste, as a delicacy, while others are consumed as traditional medicine.

Restaurants in many parts of China are known to serve dishes like bat soup (with the whole bat inside), soup made with tiger testicles, or civet body parts palm tree.

Fried cobra, braised bear paw, tiger bone wine are also on the menu at high-end restaurants.

The slum wildlife markets are home to rats, cats, snakes and many bird species, including critically endangered species.

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The notion of “yewei” (literally “wild tastes” in Chinese) is a terminology common throughout China that culturally conveys a mixture of adventure, daring, curiosity and privilege, “said an investigator of a a large international agency that has conducted several wildlife trade investigations in China.

Products from wildlife are also used in many traditional Chinese medicines, mainly because they are believed to have healing powers to treat various conditions, such as male impotence, arthritis and gout.

Endangered

The demand for pangolin scales for such drugs has almost wiped out the animal in China and the pangolin has now become the most poached wildlife in other parts of the world as well.

The unsustainable use of rhino horn for traditional Chinese medicine is another example of how this practice has made the animal an endangered species.

All this happens when it is estimated that more than 70% of emerging infections in humans originate from animals, especially wild animals.

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The previous SARS outbreak appeared to come from civet cats sold in a Chinese wildlife market.

The epidemic has brought to light the wildlife trade in China, which has already been criticized by conservation groups for pushing a number of species to the brink of extinction.

Following this latest epidemic, Chinese authorities have temporarily banned the trade in wildlife to help prevent the spread of the virus.

But environmentalists take this opportunity to demand a permanent ban.

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Will China listen?

Could this virus epidemic be a turning point in the global effort to end the illegal wildlife trade and then protect public health?

Experts say it’s a daunting challenge, but the mission may not be impossible.

The viruses causing Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) are also believed to originate from bats, but are believed to have entered humans via civets and camels. , respectively, according to WHO officials.

“We are in contact with wild species and their habitats that we did not know before,” said Dr Ben Embarek, Department of Nutrition and Food Safety, World Health Organization (WHO), to the BBC. ).

“So we have a number of new diseases linked to new contact between humans and previously unknown viruses, bacteria and parasites.”

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Wildlife products as meat and also as traditional Chinese medicines are huge industry in China

A recent analysis of some 32,000 known terrestrial vertebrate species has shown that around 20% of them are bought and sold on the world market, legally or illegally.

This represents more than 5,500 species of mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians.

The illegal wildlife trade is estimated at around $ 20 billion and is the fourth largest illegal trade after drugs, people smuggling and counterfeiting.

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“This health crisis should serve as a wake-up call,” said the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in a statement, “for the need to end the unsustainable use of endangered animals and their parts, as exotic pets, for food consumption and for their perceived medicinal value “.

However, the Chinese government has made it clear that the ban will be temporary.

“The breeding, transportation or sale of all wildlife is prohibited from the date of the announcement until the national epidemic is over,” said a directive issued jointly by three government agencies. .

Beijing announced a similar ban during the 2002 SARS epidemic.

But environmentalists say a few months after the announcements, the authorities were lenient and the wildlife market rebounded in China.

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Increased surveillance

In September of this year, Beijing is hosting a major global meeting on natural and biological resources, known as the Convention on Biological Diversity.

According to an intergovernmental report published last year, one million species are threatened with extinction – more than ever in the history of humanity.

In the aftermath of the virus’s appearance, editorials in state-controlled Chinese media denounced the country’s uncontrolled wildlife market.

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Chinese demands would also fuel wildlife markets in China’s neighboring countries

“This is an opportunity to put an end to the possession, breeding, domestication and use of wild animals, not only for meat but also for traditional medicine,” said Debbie Banks, from the London-based Environmental Investigation Agency, which has conducted major wildlife surveys in China.

According to experts, the appearance of avian flu has contributed to the conservation of many bird species in the wild.

They also highlight the success of China’s import ban on ivory – after years of international pressure to save elephants from extinction.

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However, they stress that the ban and regulation of wildlife products must be global, not just in China.

“But as the largest market for wildlife products, China can certainly lead the way,” they say.

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Brexit. What will really change from Saturday? – Insurance for Pets


At midnight French time on January 31, the United Kingdom officially left the European Union. But the effects of Brexit (for ? British exit) will, in reality, be barely visible the next morning. It will take until December 31, 2020, the end of the transition period provided for in the agreement between London and Brussels, to really cut the bridges. Unless there is a further extension, possible until the end of 2022, if both parties agree.

This reprieve should allow the British and Europeans to renegotiate one to one some 600 international agreements (trade, traffic, justice, defense, etc.).

For expatriates?

In this 1st In February, the 3.2 million EU nationals living in the United Kingdom and the 1.2 million British in Europe are obviously not asked to leave. They still retain all their rights (work, pensions, social security, etc.), at least until December 31, 2020.

Europeans expatriated across the Channel must, however, if they have not already done so, take steps to obtain a “settled status” (residence). So far, the European Parliament has worried, most have only obtained temporary and not permanent residence status.

For travelers?

Since the United Kingdom is not a member of the Schengen area, a passport or identity card is already required to get there. Nothing new, therefore, at first. Ditto for the European health insurance card, necessary in the event of hospitalization in the United Kingdom: it remains valid for the time being. And after that ? Everything will depend on the negotiations to come.

Note however a concrete change for the British: they will be able to benefit from this 1st February, a national passport, blue in color, which will no longer bear the words “European Union”.

The British will benefit from a national passport, in blue color, on which will no longer appear the mention “European Union”. | REUTERS

For pets?

Over 300,000 European cats, dogs, ferrets and other pets travel to the UK each year for vacation or to live there. And about 250,000 farts British do the opposite. Their conditions of entry or exit from the country will not vary, until December 31, 2020. Just barely will they, as before, be microchipped and up to date with their vaccinations. For the rest, everything is possible: new vaccines (rabies, etc.), quarantine at the border, etc. These arrangements will also be at the heart of the upcoming negotiations between London and Brussels.

For “duty free”?

The United Kingdom remains in the customs union until the end of the transitional period. So there is no question, for the moment, of re-establishing duty free: if product taxes are settled in the country of purchase, the EU does not impose any restrictions on the quantity of alcohol or tobacco. Customs will continue to ask, beyond 800 cigarettes and 10 liters of spirits acquired in the United Kingdom, if these products are intended for personal consumption, recalls the European Consumer Center.

For the driving license?

The European driving license will remain valid in the United Kingdom for the next few years, confirmed the British government. After the transitional period, on the other hand, the British could be forced to acquire an international permit to circulate in the EU, unless otherwise agreed.

For Erasmus +?

The student exchange program is maintained for the time being: Europeans who are already studying or doing an internship in the United Kingdom and British people in a Member State will be able to complete their studies under the same conditions, continuing to receive their scholarships. What happens next will also depend on the negotiations to come.

In 2016, in front of the University of Newcastle in the north-east of England, students hostile to Brexit were distributing leaflets to convince students to vote against Brexit. Their fear: the impact of the withdrawal on Erasmus programs. | David Ademas Archive, WEST FRANCE

For customs tariffs?

Nothing changes until December 31. Beyond that, Northern Ireland, the only British province to have a common land border with an EU country (the Republic of Ireland), will enjoy a special status. Goods produced in Northern Ireland will continue to flow to the EU without control. Those imported into Northern Ireland from Great Britain or a third country (non-European), and intended for the European market, will however be subject to customs controls in the ports or airports of Northern Ireland where they will arrive.

For fishermen?

The question of access to British territorial waters for European fishermen is already shaping up to be one of the main areas of tension to be feared in the upcoming negotiations between London and Brussels. But fishermen can continue as before, at least until December 31, 2020.

For the British in our cities?

757 Britons are elected to French municipal councils: it is the most represented nationality among the 2,500 non-French elected representatives of European origin. During the March 2020 elections, they will no longer be allowed to run on the lists, unless they have taken care to change their nationality, to acquire that of France … or another Member State. Same scenario for voters: the British will no longer have the right to vote in France.

For the British in Brussels?

They pack up. From this 1st February, the British no longer have the right to sit in European institutions, nor to take part in debates and votes. Their country, on the other hand, will continue, until the end of the transition period, to pay its contribution to the European budget, and will remain subject to all European rules and legislation.

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For English in Brussels?

Among the 24 official languages ​​recognized by the European Union, according to the treaties (art. 352 of the TFEU and art. 55 of the TEU), English remains the most widely used within the institutions. According to European treaties, each new member state is free to indicate “its” language at the very moment of its accession. In theory, Brexit requires, English – chosen by the United Kingdom alone – could therefore disappear. But that would require a unanimous vote of the 27 states. It seems unlikely that Ireland and Malta – which had promoted Gaelic and Maltese when they joined – would give up English, the common language of their countries.