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1 day ago
The idea of obtaining a Dutch opt-out from the EU’s migration policy requires EU treaty change and is clearly dead on arrival. Ditto opting-out of the 1992 Habitats Directive.
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How Italy’s prime minister Giorgia Meloni has become an important potential ally for both EU Commission president Ursula von der Leyen and Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán.
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This topic might be a tiny aspect of the commission’s mandate but it is a huge mistake. It is abundantly documented that when these pesticides are exported to other non-EU markets, they bring widespread hazard and harm to people and the environment in those countries. 
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The obstacles facing young mothers running to be MEPs

9 days ago
Whereas for men, having a family can be a political advantage, for women it can seem yet another barrier to achieving their political goals.
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Russia Underground – our new podcast mini-series on civil society in Russia

9 days ago
Russia Underground spotlights those inside Russia who oppose the war in Ukraine and resist the regime – despite the ever-growing risks.
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How Bolt watered down the Platform Work Directive

8 days ago
An investigation by EUobserver into several documents, a series of emails and phone call records reveals the influence of Estonia-headquartered Bolt in many key sections of the Platform Work Directive
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