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What future for the Central European University?

#IstandwithCEU Today we hear from Michael Ignatieff, president and rector of the Budapest-based Central European University (CEU) which Viktor Orbán

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What Shall We Do With a Trillion Euro?

Tax fraud, evasion and avoidance cost European citizens €1 trillion each year. That's €2,000 per citizen!Ordinary taxpayers have paid dearly for the

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Roma: A Question of Human Rights

The EU must do more to recognise and remember the victims of the Roma Holocaust and tackle the continuing discrimination Roma people face in Europe

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This Week in Strasbourg: Brexit, Fake News, Dieselgate and more

This Week in Strasbourg: Brexit, Fake News, Dieselgate and more

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Goodbye Roaming!

The Socialists and Democrats welcome today’s formal approval of lower inter-operator roaming charges by the European Parliament, the last piece of

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Gianni Pittella on Brexit

Transcript of the video:The integrity of the United Kingdom is at risk.You wanted to take back control. But control of what?You promised a better

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Our Action on the Dieselgate Scandal

After 12 months and 47 hearings in the Dieselgate inquiry committee, the European Parliament will next week draw the lessons from the scandal. On

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MolenGeek: Bright Examples for Europe!

A year ago, many people hadn't heard of this neighbourhood of Brussels. Since then we've seen a lot of stories about Molenbeek, the majority of which

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One Year on from the Brussels Attacks

Speaking on the one-year anniversary of the Brussels terror attacks, S&D Group president Gianni Pittella said:"One year ago today, 32 innocent people

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This Week in Strasbourg: Future of Europe, Circular Economy, Conflict Minerals and more... 13 to 16 March 2017

This Week in Strasbourg: Future of Europe, Circular Economy, Conflict Minerals and more... 13 to 16 March 2017Read more here