Golfgate: ‘Fresh chance’ to green EU policy after trade chief resigns

The European Commission has an opportunity to realign its trade policy with the aims of the European Green Deal following the resignation of trade commissioner Phil Hogan, environmentalists have said.

by Simon Pickstone
Trade commissioner Phil Hogan resigned after attending a golf dinner with 80 people, in breach of Ireland's Covid-19 guidelines. Image: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images
Trade commissioner Phil Hogan resigned after attending a golf dinner with 80 people, in breach of Ireland's Covid-19 guidelines. Image: Kenzo Tribouillard/AFP via Getty Images

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