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Forum: Amplifying the voice of Europe's small nations

20/03/2014 10:17

They may be small but they already move mountains, and in this month's forum MEPs debate whether or not a new representation system will lead to a more democratic Europe.

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More transparency for European political parties?

19/03/2014 14:06

MEP Giannakou celebrates a new agreement on Europe's political parties which remodels their legal personality and funding, paving the way for a stronger democracy.

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Posted Workers and equality of web access clear committee hurdle

18/03/2014 19:59

While a Council/EP deal to anchor the rights of temporary workers sails through, the course is stormier for a net neutrality section deemed 'dangerously vague' by some.

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How to close the net on the smooth legal drugs criminals?

14/03/2014 13:09

With new psychoactive substances infiltrating the market every week, we ask Oana Antonescu how the EU can best equip those on the ground to pin down offenders.

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Ukraine crisis tops busy Brussels Agenda

14/03/2014 13:09

But Banking Union key players will also hope to put pedal to metal on monetary union talks, while Employment MEPs will vote on advancing better rights for casual workers.

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Troika in the spotlight

13/03/2014 19:02

Is it a 'saviour' or is it a 'monster'? Whichever, MEPs demand wide-ranging Troika reform.

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Crimea litmus test: will Europe move beyond cautious sanctions?

13/03/2014 17:22

Its fighting talk from Charles Tannock who warns of disastrous consequences of an annexation of Crimea, and a plea from Guy Verhofstadt for Europe to take a bolder stand.

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Thinking ahead to freedom: are Europe's railways on track to open competition?

13/03/2014 11:25

With EU-wide railway liberalisation in the pipeline, we jump on board the UK railways to hear from supporters of privatisation and those championing renationalisation.

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Plugging online personal data black holes

12/03/2014 20:13

MEPs rubberstamp new data protection laws which aims to give citizens the reins over their own private data and sanction companies who breach the new rules.

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Crimea crisis / Money laundering / Seed regulation

12/03/2014 19:28

While MEPs shun the Commission's draft seed regulation, Europe has a new weapon in its fight against money laundering and takes strong action in Crimea.

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Turkey's road to accession: one step forward one step back?

12/03/2014 18:30

MEP Ria Oomen-Ruijten urges Turkey to revive its commitment to judicial and human rights reforms, describing the country as a key strategic partner.

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The sky's the limit

11/03/2014 19:34

But MEPs clash over efforts to modernise and unify Europe's diverse flight systems.

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Snowden testifies / Nagoya protocol / Roadworthiness tests

11/03/2014 19:34

MEPs hear Snowden's eagerly awaited response to the LIBE inquiry, vote to approve rules on access to genetic resources and benefit sharing, and standardising MOT tests.

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