Rollerblade by night It started one evening in 1993, and there were only 12 of them. The Friday night rollermaniacs are now a few thousand and have made their nightly apparition on the Paris boulevards an event worth experiencing. In 1998, the French police even had to create the world's first rollerblading force, to monitor those wild rides. Who says Paris doesn't rock? If you subscribe to the association Pari Roller, you'll even get insured in case of accident. Otherwise, just join the rolling bandwagon. • place Raoul Dautry, 15th. Métro: Montparnasse Bienvenue. Every Fri, 10pm-1am, (except if it rains). pari-roller.com … [Read more...] about 10 of the best outdoor activities in Paris
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For years the Netherlands has vetoed the bids of Bulgaria and Romania to join the EU's Schengen passport-free zone. Most EU countries - but not the UK, Ireland and Cyprus - are in Schengen, where border checks are non-existent or minimal. The Netherlands says it needs to see positive EU monitoring reports on the two Balkan nations before it will lift its veto. … [Read more...] about Q&A: EU freedom of movement
The test covers factors such as the duration of the migrant's stay; their activity, including their source of income if they are students; their family status; and their housing situation. The migrant has to demonstrate a sufficient degree of attachment to the host country. The amount of time already spent in the country is not sufficient qualification in itself. … [Read more...] about Q&A: What benefits can EU migrants get?
The numbers from the Office of National Statistics show 501 virus victims died in hospital in the week up to March 27 - meaning 38 others were killed by the disease while at home. … [Read more...] about UK coronavirus death toll passes 7,000 as 828 more including healthy 35-year-old die in England alone in last 24 hours
"Everyone who wanted to go there, who saw that as a place they could work in and get money from, already went. There's not a group of people waiting for a chance to go to the UK. They already went." … [Read more...] about Meeting the Romanian jobseekers