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Clean Energy is important for Europe

Clean Energy is important for Europe. S&Ds lead EU transition towards increased energy savings and more renewables

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Dieselgate: S&D Group pushes forward strong EU legislation.

Dieselgate: S&D Group pushes forward strong EU legislation. In response to the Dieselgate scandal, which had revealed serious loopholes in the system

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Dear Osman Kavala, Ahmet Şik and Selehattin Demirtaş...

Dear Osman Kavala, Dear Ahmet Sık, and dear Selehattin Demirtaş, Kati Piri's message is for you. We have not forgotten you and we will continue to

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Soraya Post on the Situation of Roma in Europe

Soraya Post on the Situation of Roma in Europe

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This Week in Strasbourg | State of the Union, Dieselgate, Istanbul Convention, and more...

After the summer break, we were straight back in at the deep end in Strasbourg! The State of the European Union address by Juncker was a key moment,

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Kathleen Van Brempt on Dieselgate

The Socialists and Democrats want to close the never-ending story of Dieselgate – successfully and with greater vigilance. At the plenary debate held

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Ramón Jáuregui Atondo on Venezuela

Latin America and the Caribbean is a crucial partner of the European Union, and this is why the European Parliament will vote tomorrow on a report

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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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Christine Revault d'Allonnes-Bonnefoy on the Dieselgate Scandal

Today, the European Parliament's committee of inquiry into emission measurement in the automotive sector (EMIS) voted on a report summarising its

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Christel Schaldemose on Dieselgate Scandal

Today, the all-party internal market committee in the European Parliament struck a compromise to tighten up the approval and surveillance of new cars