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Assessing Article 50: lessons learnt from the UK’s withdrawal from the EU

On Thursday morning, the Constitutional Affairs Committee discussed with experts how Art. 50 could be improved, based on the experience of its activation by...

EU Elections: new rules to prevent breaches of data used to influence elections

Constitutional Affairs Committee backed a proposal introducing penalties on European political parties deliberately breaching data protection to tamper with EU elections. The new provisions are...

ECR: EU politicians refuse to listen to what a majority of voters are telling them

Politicians in Brussels have shown once again that they are refusing to listen to what voters are actually telling them, warned ECR Danish MEP...

EP leaders call for negotiations on upgraded Transparency Register

Today the Conference of Presidents backed continuing talks for an upgraded Inter-institutional Transparency Register following a report from lead negotiators. Parliament’s lead negotiators, Sylvie Guillaume...

The making of a smaller European Parliament

The European Parliament on February 7 approved plans for a post-Brexit reduction – from 751 to 705 MEPs. Of the 73 parliamentary seats currently...

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US and Europe in $50 billion Ukraine loan deal using Russian assets

In a show of solidarity with Ukraine, G7 leaders cleared...

Fundamental freedoms are deteriorating in Hong Kong, according to an EU report

The situation of fundamental freedoms in Hong Kong is...

Another EU Court decision against Hungary’s Orbán anti-asylum policy

The Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, continuously breaks...

EU plans higher tariffs for Chinese EVs

The European Union decided to add new tariffs to...

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