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European Parliament Jun 13
Almost three weeks since : here's how Parliament's decisions of the past five years affect your daily life ⬇
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#OpenGov 22h
Most argument in Nigeria are reduced to Ethnic, Religious and/ or Political points. Latest on discourse report in 🇳🇬
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Ross Colquhoun Jun 16
Tories set a test for themselves during by trying to earn a mandate to block a referendum on Scottish independence - they catastrophically failed, receiving a mere 11.7% of the vote. They still arrogantly believe they can ignore SNP’s mandate for a referendum.
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Ross Colquhoun Jun 13
When some politicians are on ropes they lash out. Scottish Tories comprehensively lost and now they're threatening to undermine the devolution settlement. Davidson and her merry band of anti-democrats are making it up as they go along.
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Deborah Newton-Cook 🔶 #RevokeArt50 #FBPE Jun 15
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Andrew #FBPE #RevokeA50 #Remain 🇪🇺🇬🇧 12h
Replying to @Jeremy_Hunt
Are you mad? The Tory Brexit madness has made IndyRef2 inevitable! Je suis European
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European Parliament Jun 10
After , MEPs form political groups. But, what is needed to launch one? Watch to find out ⬇
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Friends of Europe 9h
The have come and gone but who should head up the ? As the contenders continue to jostle for the top job, follow the state of the race with Frankly Speaking. Read it now:
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Dods People EU 16h
🇪🇺 Incumbent has withdrawn from the leadership race (election tomorrow), meaning that Spanish MEP is the only remaining candidate running to lead the group in the .
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ExxonMobil EU 15h
Last week, , first President of the and former Prime Minister of Belgium 🇧🇪, met our employees to discuss on the outcome of the
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Tocqueville 21 17h
Skomantas Pocius notes that the Lithuanian establishment was rather robust in . 70 percent of Lithuanians are pro-EU:
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GreatBritishPolitics 10h
Will the Greens maintain their momentum and make a serious breakthrough in the next general election?
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EuChemS 16h
In this month's BNU newsletter we take a closer look at , the latest developments, and what the mean for European science - amongst other topics! 👉
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Karl-Heinz Lambertz Jun 14
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Ryan Meilak Jun 13
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📙Contribution to the Policy Forum on the 2019 European Elections for H-Diplo by our Director Prof
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Meritxell Serret Jun 14
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